FIESTA MEXICANA AT LIENZO CHARRO
- The ”Lienzo Charro” is a ring which is used exclusively for the “
The ”Lienzo Charro” is a ring which is used exclusively for the “Charreada” or horse riding show. We will have this place exclusively for the groups. The whole place will be decorated as a Mexican Fair with balloons and Mexican type decorations. There will be fair game stalls, including all the typical Mexican games and also casino games. Guests will be given fantasy money to bet with. Profits can be exchanged for Mexican handicrafts.
Dinner will be a buffet of Mexican specialties (Make-your-own -Taco) the “Lienzo Charro” also has a big room at the back, which can be used for a dance afterwards.
COLEGIO DE SAN IGNACIO DE LOYOLA VIZCAINAS
- The Colegio de San Ignacio is the ideal place to celebrate the important moments. Surrounded by an atmosphere of history, art and culture, the Colegio de San Ignacio de Loyola, Vizcaínas, is the perfect place for social events. In addition to having an internal chapel, the school is one of the most important colonial buildings of the capital and a place of first class for its magnitude and beauty of baroque style.
- Downtown Mexico is one of the oldest residences in the area that still maintains a particular Mexican vice regal style. The property blends elements of colonial style with local, indigenous culture. Characteristics such as ornate detailing around the windows of the facade and a stone-forge staircase with intricate handrails sit alongside red volcanic rock walls and handmade cement tiles.
The large roof top terrace has spectacular views of the skyline of the historic centre, with its churches, Latin American Tower and the Casino Español, among others. It is the perfect place to hold events and to relax with a drink.
MIDE – MUSEO INTERACTIVO DE ECONOMIA
- Almost 250 years of existence, the building of the Old Convent of Betlemitas is a jewel of the Mexican colonial architecture of the 18th century. Currently, it is home of the MIDE (Interactive Museum of Economics) and was restored for almost 12 years. The process of restoration allowed the building to return to its physiognomy and to rescue its beauty by imposing its main cloister with double-height arcades to reintegrate into a single set what time and needs had separated, and return to the Historical Center a fragment of its past. Certainly, the Claustro is the star of the building.
FRANZ MEYER MUSEUM
- The building that houses the Franz Mayer Museum is itself a work of art from the vice regal period. Built in the late sixteenth century to store and supply grains, the structure was originally named “Casa del Peso de la Harina”. This museum offers a variety of options for your private event.
COLEGIO DE SAN ILDEFONSO
- Built in the 16th century as the Jesuit college of San Ildefonso, it later became a prestigious teacher training college. In the 1920’s, Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros and others were brought in to adorn it with murals. Most of the work on the main patio and staircase is by Orozco, whose caustic interpretation of pre-Revolutionary Mexican history suggests a grotesque pageant of exploitation and brutality. The amphitheatre, off the lobby, holds Rivera’s first mural, “La Creación”.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ART
- The Museum of National Art is located since its opening in 1982, at what used to be the Palace of Communications which was built during the Porfirio Diaz regime, by Italian architect Silvio Conti. This splendid Palace houses the most important collection of Mexican art from the XVI Century to the first part of the XX Century. At the same time, it hosts temporary exhibitions which due to their theme and contents place the Museum among the best in the world. The building is very impressive and we are certain your guests will find this a most exclusive and unusual venue for dinner.
- This beautiful colonial building set right in the heart of the Historic Centre of Mexico City is a lovely, elegant place to spend an evening. We will begin the evening with a cocktail reception with hors d’ouevres and we can provide background music with a group of strolling violinists who are very famous in Mexico City. Then dinner will be served and the violins will continue to provide the music during dinner. If an Awards Ceremony is to take place, this is not a problem in the beautiful surroundings of this place.