When you finally reach our magical city, where explorers and history lovers come to blend into the busy city noise, take an opportunity to enrich yourself in mexican culture while visiting the home of 127,009 million people. We proudly recognize Mexico’s long trajectory and fine architectural pieces that any art enthusiast will highly appreciate.

Consider making room for several spots near your Case Boutique, Orchid House Campos Eliseos. You will very likely enjoy and learn about important discoveries, compositions, fashion statements and more when heading to these must-see museums.

Come explore and see your yourself the exquisiteness in every corner.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY 1 kilometer away

A well-loved and gigantesque museum, with a rich and fascinating history. This is the most visited tourist destiny in the country, which proudly presents the world’s largest collections of pre-Columbian relics, artifacts and art.

The National Museum of Anthropology was founded in 1825 and was opened to the public until 1964, in a modern building that contained a school, a library of thousands of volumes, a film archive and public auditoriums.

Learn more about it: https://www.mna.inah.gob.mx/

Where? Avenida Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Ghandi

Schedule: Daily from 09:00-19:00, except Mondays

Cost of entrance:$ 70.00 MXN

TAMAYO MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART 1,2 kilometers away

This is a public museum, dedicated specially for presentations and expositions of international contemporary art and from its own collection of contemporary art, in order to enrich an aesthetically pleasing experience and indulge the public’s critical sense. It is also recognized for investigating and spreading diverse formats for several theatrical exposures, like Rufino Tamayo’s play.

Tamayo Museum of Contemporary Art has two complexities: the modern side, mostly composed by Olga and Rufino Tamayo, and a contemporary side that surged in the 1990’s which continues to grow as the days pass, thanks to artists’ donations who have exposed their creations in the museum.

Learn more about it: https://www.museotamayo.org

Address: Paseo de la Reforma #50 Colonia Bosque de Chapultepec

Schedule: Monday to Saturday from 08:00-18:00. Mondays are closed.

Cost of entrance: Free access to kids under 12, students, teachers and adults with
an official identification. Normally, $ 70.00 MXN. Sundays are free

JUMEX 3,2 kilometers away

It was created with the intention of promoting the production and knowledge of contemporary art, and to boost innovative moods that endulge art and culture. This task is held throughout Jumex Collection and Jumex Museum, where the main focus is contemporary art. The Jumex Foundation promoted its mission via two complementary programs: Promotion, dedicated to support contemporary art production and those who are independent artists, and Education, with a big compromise with its visitors, so they can understand and appreciate contemporary art in the correct form.

Learn more about it: https://www.fundacionjumex.org/es

Address: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra #303 Colonia Granada

Schedule: Tuesdays to Thursdays 10:00-19:00, Fridays and Saturdays 09:00-21:00,
Sundays 09:00-19:00, Mondays are closed.

Cost of entrance: For mexicans, $ 30.00 MXN, general public pays $ 50.00 MXN.

SOUMAYA 3,9 kilometers away

A private museum and a non-profit cultural institution. It has over 60,000 works from 30 centuries of art, including sculptures from Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica, from 19 and 20th century Mexican art. It also has an extensive selection of works by European old masters such as Auguste Rodin,Salvador Dalí, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo and Tintoretto. It is known for having one of the most complete collections of its kinds.

Soumaya is names after Domit, who died in 1999. She was the wife of the founder of Carlos Slim Museum.

Learn more about it: http://www.museosoumaya.org/

Address: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra esquina Presa Falcón

Schedule: Everyday from 10:30 to 18:30

No cost.

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