Pre and Post Conference Tours

ISBD is working with a local partner, Groups 2 Go, to provide a variety of touring options after the conference. Below you will find a sneak peek at some of the exciting tours that will be offered. 

Download the PDF with all the details and itineraries for pre and post conference tours. ISBD 2018 Tours Mexico.pdf

To book your tours, please contact

Discover Teotihuacan: “City of the Gods”

Discover the best of Teotihuacán and its lesser-known gems on this guided tour from Mexico City. See the UNESCO World Heritage site’s top attractions including the Quetzalcoatl, Sun and Moon pyramids. Visit an obsidian workshop, taste pulque and mezcal products at local factories and admire the mural paintings. Don’t miss this chance to experience Mexican culture and heritage!

Wednesday, March 7th 2018 
Half Day Tour (09:00 am – 03:00 pm): $110 USD

Includes: Tour guide, Archaeological Zone admission, Box Lunch, Bottle of water during the tour,
Ceremony and Souvenir (obsidian medallion), transportation.

Sunday, March 11th 201
Full Day Tour: $180 USD

Includes: Tour guide, Archaeological Zone admission, Box Lunch, Bottle of water during the tour,
Ceremony, Souvenir (obsidian medallion), transportation and lunch (soft drinks and one beer

Chapultepec Castle and National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City

This tour gets you inside Chapultepec Castle, one of Mexico City’s most popular attractions. In relative tranquility, discover the castle’s 12 halls filled with royal artifacts and learn about Chapultepec’s origins as a retreat for Aztec rulers. Next, head to Mexico City’s most visited museum, the National Museum of Anthropology, also part of Chapultepec Park.

Half Day Tour: $110 USD
Wednesday, March 7th 2018 (09:00 am – 03:00 pm)
Saturday, March 10th 2018 (03:00 pm – 07:00 pm)
Sunday, March 11th 2018 (09:00 – 03:00 pm)

Includes: Tour guide, Museum and Chapultepec Castle admission, transportation.

Historic Xochimilco Canals, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Museums

Travel to Xochimilco built on the remains of an Aztec city, Xochimilco’s canals and artificial islands are part of a UNESCO World Heritage site, and you’ll visit the site by trajinera, a traditional barge with a flat bottom and bright designs. Continue to the Museo Dolores Olmedo with a Diego Rivera’s private collection and drive to Frida Kahlo Museum, where the painter lived, worked, and died. Learn about her life and see important examples of her work.

Wednesday, March 7th 2018  
Half Day Tour (09:00 am – 03:00 pm) $110 USD

Includes: Tour guide, Trajinera, Frida and Dolores Olmedo Museum admission, transportation.

Sunday, March 11th 2018
Full Day Tour $180 USD

Includes: Tour guide, Trajinera, Frida and Dolores Olmedo Museum admission, transportation and lunch at La casa de Cortes restaurant.