Chapultepec park is a free, safe, and inclusive public space that is located within the Miguel Hidalgo Municipality. It is divided into four sections.
The first section is delimited by Constituyentes, Paseo de la Reforma, Chivatito, and Periférico avenues. To access it by public transport there are two nearby subway stations.
Chapultepec station (pink line, direction Observatorio/Pantitlán), and Auditorio station (orange line, direction El Rosario Rosario/Barranca del Muerto).
The access can also be through Metrobús lines: Chapultepec, Gandhi and Antropologia stations are the closest.
On the other hand, and due to its location, there are various routes and public transport stops (buses) in which you can reach this section of the Park
To get to the Second Section, the closest subway station is Constituyentes (orange line, direction Rosario/Barranca del Muerto).
By private car, the access can be via Constituyentes Av., Lomas Av., or, Fernando Alencastre.
Currently, the first and second sections are connected thanks to the new causeway that opened in January 2023. The “floating causeway” (pedestrian bridge), crosses the Periférico highway and links connects Section 1, at the Los Pinos Cultural Complex, with Section 2 at the Avenida de los Compositores.
Chapultepec Park is a public space and is free for all its visitors.
First Section: open from Tuesday to Sunday from 06:00 to 17:00 (no access to pets).
Second Section: open 365 days a year, 24 hours. Free access for pets, except for some spaces such as museums, and “El Sope” running Trail.
Learn about the regulations under wich our Chapultepec Forest is administered.
If you want to record video or do a photography session, download here the rules and guidelines that you have to follow.
If you want to hold an event in the Bosque de Chapultepec, download here the rules and guidelines that you have to follow.
Learn about and locate the parking lots and bathrooms that you can find in the three sections of the Chapultepec Forest. Get the map here.
The Bosque de Chapultepec promotes sports and recreational activities in the open air. This is why it offers different spaces throughout the “lungs of Mexico City”. Runners will be able to enjoy the different landscapes and nature that it has to offer. If you want to organize a race inside the Bosque de Chapultepec, download the steps to follow by clicking on the “See more” button.
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