The park's focal point is the "Foro Lindbergh" (Lindbergh Forum), an open air theatre built in the 1920s when the aviator Charles Lindbergh was an international hero. The "foro" had fallen into disrepair and was covered with graffiti. In 2013 it underwent a thorough renovation. I am glad to see that it continues to be free of graffiti.
Oops, I spoke too soon.
A juggler was practicing his skills in the "Foro".
From Parque México I walked a couple blocks to Parque España. On the way I saw this mural in memory of the victims of last September´s earthquake.
Parque España is smaller but is also very pleasant.
The monument was donated by emigrants from Spain who came to Mexico after the Spanish Civil War. President Cárdenas had welcomed Spanish refugees who had fought against the fascists of General Francisco Franco.
Unfortunately, it appears that the renovated monument suffered a bit of damage in the earthquake.