The Museo de Arte Popular is just two streets from the Alameda and has an address on Revillagigedo however, the entrance is not on that street but around the corner. On its three floors the vast handicrafts of Mexico have been divided into nine themes (not regionally). The themes include costume, religion, ceramics, etc. Like several museums in CDMX just looking at the presentation is worth the visit. The ground floor has a collection of floats and vehicles used in parades. If you are there at lunch time Mexico City´s tiny Chinatown is only a block or so away.
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