Cerro de la Estella, Mexico City, México 29 June 20198 March 2019 / Prof Hilary / Leave a comment Cerro de la Estella is a hill and an archaeological site in the south of the city. The ruins themselves weren’t particularly impressive, but it’s got a great view of the city. There’s one short pyramid at the top.The road leading up to the museum had all these signs.The museum is completely free for everyone and has got some models, artefacts, and seemingly unrelated artwork.The hike wasn’t too bad, and there were plenty of benches along the way.The directions at the top of the main hall of the museum.There’s also a viewing platform very close to the ruins. The tuck shop wasn’t open when I was there.There are numerous sites for children and the elderly to play with. This one was a closed park type of thing.Cars and automobiles are not allowed beyond a certain point. Visitors can either walk on it, or go into the unpaved paths (short-cuts) up the hill.There’s sort of a second peak near the ruins.