Museo del Tequila y Mezcal - Mexicocity
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Directions to Museo del Tequila y Mezcal
Celebrating Mexico's favourite alcohol beverages, The Museum of Tequila and Mezcal demonstrates the distilling process and teaches about the importance of these two world-famous drinks to Mexico's cultural identity.
The museum is situated in Plaza Garibaldi, and housed within a slick, contemporary building that showcases unusual geometric design. The first floor of the museum is fully dedicated to the production of the spirits, along with an exhibition documenting their history, and an exploration into how they became cultural symbols of Mexico. You'll also get a few complimentary shots on the way round if you're lucky - providing you're over the age of 18, of course! After the tour, head up to the top floor to the bar and restaurant 'La Cata', where you can sample a whole array of tequilas and mezcals and get suitably merry on the outdoor terrace.
The museum also houses a store selling the many different brands of beverages, artisan products, crafts, and tequila-inspired souvenirs.
Sunday to Wednesday: 1pm - 10pm
Thursday to Saturday: 1pm - 12am
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