Every weekend is a new opportunity to discover something new to do in the vast and impressive Mexico City. because it is This city is full of culture, art and multiple activities and that is the reason for Metro Recommends what to do over the weekend.
Here are the tips for this weekend:
When it comes to being a good host, nothing beats serving the best appetizers to guests. A good example is tables containing fine cheeses, deli meats, fruits, pastries, nuts, olives and crackers. To find out how to put together these appetizers, the project “The Huge” offers charcuterie workshops and reports on their social networks. This can be a good weekend activity and the end result can be enjoyed in a get-together with family and friends.
Until August 26, the exhibition Suspended Time by artist Bill Viola will be available at the Ex Teresa Arte Actual Museum. This sample is a completely free immersive experience. Bill is known for creating video art with 8 amazing works. Viola is one of the icons of video art in the United States and since the 1970s has created motion pictures complemented by sound.
Dinosaurs have arrived in Mexico City because now at Forum Buenavista there is an amazing exhibition dedicated to these creatures that inhabited the planet 250 million years ago. This tour is an ideal option to take the youngest family member for a walk. The funny thing is that the dinosaurs that make up the exhibit have movement and sound, which makes this experience all the more exciting.
MUAC has a new exhibit, an exhibit by Ursula Beemann that explored communication between ocean-dwelling aquatic organisms. According to this artist, marine animals communicate in ways unknown to man and to learn more about them, the exhibition reveals the sounds of these creatures. This exhibition offers a glimpse into the underwater universe where multiple species communicate with each other.
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