Remember that several city halls will also have activities related to this day and will even give away toys for free.
There are plenty of places in the city to find toys; however, at the time almost all are jammed with people and often with high prices. Despite this, there are still some places with flea markets, bazaars and expos where Melchor, Gaspar and Baltazar will be able to stock up without becoming poor.
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One of the toy markets in CDMX with the most tradition is this one, located in the Merced Balbuena neighborhood. There you find everything and, if it is about toys, it is all a dream. There are national and handmade figures (rag dolls, marbles, plastic fighters, wooden figures) and also imported products of all kinds.
Where: Sonora Market (Av. Fray Servando Teresa de Mier 419, Merced Balbuena. Halls 4, 5, 6 and 7) When: Monday to Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to five pm
El Centro is a place that has it all, including one of the toy markets in CDMX. Although, more than a market, it is known as an alley. This place has all kinds of original figures from all brands, there are also "clones", stuffed animals of all sizes and even figures from yesteryear that will make your inner child happy.
Where: Callejón Girón, between the Republic of Colombia and Rodríguez Puebla, Col. CentroWhen: every day from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
The Gustavo A. Madero Mayor's Office got pretty by having several toy market options in CDMX this year. Here, the Three Wise Men will have a choice, because first they can take a tour of the Toy Fair located in the Deportivo Hermanos Galeana. If the offers in this place are not enough, two pilgrimages were installed in the markets of San Felipe de Jesús and Río Blanco. Throw yourself into this demarcation and find the promised gift.
Where: Deportivo Hermanos Galeana, San Felipe de Jesús Market, Río Blanco Market. When: January 1 to 6
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Looking for Funko figures, collectibles, or exclusive toys? Well, at the Velodrome Toy Fair you find all that and more. There are various toys, for all tastes and prices. Do not stay without visiting this great option that pampers children and adults.
Where: Radamés Treviño s/n, in front of the Olympic Velodrome, Col. Jardín Balbuena When: from 12:00 to 22:00 until January 6
Now that if the Kings are not successful in the Velodrome, you can always go to the Palacio de los Deportes and find one of the most varied toy markets in CDMX. Educational, novelty, classic and all brands. Throw yourself into this enclosure and find Lego, car tracks, toys for young children, Disney figures and much more.
Where: Palacio de los Deportes (Av. Viaducto Río de la Piedad y Río Churubusco s/n, Granjas. Access through Door 5). When: until January 6, check the schedules here.
Photo: Expo Your Toys
One of the toy markets in CDMX that never fails is the expo located year after year in the WTC. It is a space of 8 thousand 800 square meters full of figures and games of all kinds and that belong to more than 60 brands. There are board games, remote control cars, dolls, stuffed animals, and products related to the chilanguitos' favorite franchises.
Where: World Trade Center (Montecito 38, Col. Nápoles) When: until January 6, check the schedule on their page.
Photo: Taken from Twitter @bruneur.
The last of the toy markets in CDMX is located in this City Hall. This year, the fair will be held at Deportivo Santa Cruz Meyehualco and will have all kinds of options that suit any pocket. If it doesn't convince you, you can always take a walk around the Santa Cruz Meyehualco Market, which every year is a must for the Three Wise Men.
Where: Deportivo Santa Cruz Meyehualco and Mercado Santa Cruz Meyehualco When: January 3-6
Another of the toy markets in CDMX that the Three Kings must go to is located in the remodeled Monument to the Mother. This fair was placed on the esplanade and has a wide variety of brands, prices and figures. Best of all, the place has its own parking lot.
Where: Esplanade of the Monument to the Mother (Insurgentes corner James Sullivan Street, Col. San Rafael) When: until January 6