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It was 30 peso to enter. I was kinda disappointed but having said that I still enjoy it anyway. The water fountain wasn’t turn on. The pond was dirty. It needs a lot of renovations to make it looks nicer. The good thing is it...More
Jardin Borda was the summer residence of emperor Maximiliano of Hapsburg and his wife Carlota. Now is a beautifully maintain cultural center with fantastic art exhibitions of very talented local artist, beautiful gardens and a bookshop. I always enjoy visiting this space it is a...More
The house and the exhibit halls were great. There were 2-3 exhibits on when I was there and they were both good and worth the time.
The gardens and fountains are run down. The lake looks run down too but the Day of Dead arrangement...More
For all the promotion of the place as grand (and clearly it once was) it's just a tired run down old garden with little to recommend it. It's too bad that there is no money to make it gray again but there is nothing now...More
We read about the gardens and expected a small oasis, instead it was a garden with potential. The exhibits were mostly of contemporary art that were ok. Until a renovation is completed, my recommendation is to skip Garden Borda.
I visited three days in a row with my family the park . We found a marked during the weekend, it was big and we found Mexican crafts at very good price (compared with the markets in Mexico City), food, and after 5:00 pm local...More