Bosque de Chapultepec is a 1,695-acre park in the heart of Mexico City, Mexico. It is the second biggest park in Latin America.
This cultural and historical landmark is also known as an ecological wonder because it creates oxygen for the area. This is because the park has numerous large trees that are centuries old.
The park is split into three areas of interests. There’s public access to things such as the Rufino Tamayo Museum, the Museo Nacional de Historia-Chapultepec Castle, Chapultepec Zoo, Nezahuacoyotl Fountain, and the Museum of Anthropology.
There are also beautiful sculptures, winding paths and even amusement parks for visitors to enjoy.
The park also has many species of birds such as the Cinnamon-bellied Flowerpiercer.Places nearby:
La Feria Chapultepec: Home of the First 3 Vertical Loop Roller Coaster 0 km / 0 mi
Chapultepec Park and Zoo: The Largest Public Park In Mexico City 1 km / 0 mi
Parque Lincoln: Abundance of Old Structures 1 km / 1 mi
Tamayo Museum, Mexico City: Redefining the role of a modern museum 2 km / 1 mi
Museo Tamayo: Mexico City's Contemporary Art Museum 2 km / 1 mi