The totality of the museums in this megalopolis offers enclosures for all tastes, interests, and personalities of its inhabitants or visitors.

Mexico City, the capital of museums.

Mexico City is one of those places that never sleeps and that always has a plan for the day, night or weekend. No matter what part of the city you are in, there is always a restaurant to try, streets to visit or museums and galleries to visit; and each of these sites transmits, in some way, the unique essence of the Mexican capital.

Thanks to the fact that CDMX is one of the three cities with the most museums in the world, it has a wide diversity of museums since 1790. Therefore, the totality of the museums in this megalopolis offers venues for all tastes, interests and personalities of its inhabitants or visitors. In fact, the museological diversity of the capital challenges the traditional notion of the boring or old museum, with silent corridors and rigid manuals of behavior; Nowadays there are venues dedicated to the interaction between knowledge, sensations and fun.

According to SECTUR, the first museum in Mexico was founded in 1790 , and was a space dedicated to the most outstanding biodiversity of New Spain. Eventually, in 1825, the first Mexican National Museum emerged, where documents from ancient Mexico, archaeological pieces and works that were under the charge of the Royal and Pontifical University of Mexico used to be exhibited; and in fact, since the museum’s collection began to expand almost disproportionately, it was decided to divide the site into two, resulting in the Natural History Museum -1909- and the National Museum of Anthropology, History and Ethnography -1910-.

Since then, and as the city grew in space and time, the need not only to recover vestiges of the Mexican past, but also to include the interests that arose as the life of Mexico was evolving. Perhaps this is the reason why it was diversifying the need to visit interesting, cultural and surprising venues that leave in mind a desire to discover more, to love Mexico more and more and its peculiarities, to be seduced by its hypnotic sensations …

According to figures from the government of Mexico City, the capital has 185 museums , although it does not have an official list, this means that there are many fascinating venues that have not been identified.

Here we share the list of museums that exist in the CDMX: 

The new ones:

The Pulque Museum and the Pulquerías

Av. Hidalgo 107-109, Historical Center, Guerrero.

The objective of this center is to dignify and raise the name of pulque for the new generations, since for more than a couple of decades various negative myths have been generated around the drink of the gods. Located inside the Ex Convent of San Hipólito, the Museum of Pulque and Pulquerias opened its doors on February 8 where it is possible to know the various aspects of this ancestral drink that has survived since the time of the Aztecs.


Trick Eye Museum

Av Ejercito Nacional 843-B, Granada.

This new museum is made up of 6 rooms distributed over 1,800 square meters , which translates into at least an hour and a half of entertainment and dozens of stories for Instagram . The Trick Eye Museum Mexico is present in China, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong and Korea and this is the first headquarters in Latin America, becoming the largest interactive 3D museum in the world.


Soumaya Museum – Casa Guillermo Tovar de Teresa

Valladolid 52, Rome Nte.

Located in the heart of the Roma neighborhood, this site seeks to enhance the life of the historian Guillermo Tovar de Teresa (1956-2013), former chronicler of the city and last owner of the building where the museum is located, who was an art advisor for the Presidency of the Republic as for Carlos Slim himself , with whom he developed a close friendship.


Los Pinos Cultural Complex

Street Park Lira S / N, Bosque de Chapultepec I Sec.

Right in the residential space located in the Bosque de Chapultepec , Los Pinos opened its doors so that citizens could know its interior. Something similar happened during the same term as Cárdenas, when he decided not to live in the Castillo de Chapultepec (as his predecessors had done) so that everyone could visit him, a place that later became the National Museum of History.


Site Museum of Chapultepec

Grand Avenue, Miguel Hidalgo, San Miguel Chapultepec I Sec.

This museum tells you the history of the forest as a space that has been transformed and created from the human interactions that have taken place there. The site recalls that the forest was a sacred territory for pre-Hispanic cultures , in which the Toltecs, the Teotihuacans, the Tepanecas and the Mexicas were present, around which legends were created while exploiting their vast natural resources, including one of the most important aqueducts for the population of Tenochtitlan.


Live Arts Center

Salvador Novo Street 8, Santa Catarina.

A space for all ages where you can attend concerts, avant-garde art galleries, workshops, plays, sports activities and other events . The enclosure has two entrances, the main one leads you to the building that houses exhibitions on its first floor, while on the ground floor there are classrooms for workshops and laboratories.


Perfume Museum

Calle de Tacuba 12, Historical Center

Experts in the art of perfume will be responsible for the curatorship and museography of the MUPE that will include rooms where the public will be able to know the main natural and artificial raw materials for the creation of fragrances , the design of bottles, the operation of the respiratory apparatus in charge of the smell, the strength of olfactory memory and how it acts in the subconscious.


Manzanares Cultural Center 25

Manzanares Street 25, Historical Center, Center.

In the street of Manzanares number 25, in La Merced , is the oldest building that has been built in the capital , a house that although it was always known by locals that it was an ancient construction, it took 5 centuries in arouse the curiosity of the entire city. Now, it is an example of the creativity of New Spain , because it maintains the disposition of contiguous dwellings typical of the Mesoamerican tradition (in this case, 15 rooms around a patio), with the introduction of elements of the Spanish housing such as quarry frames in around doors and windows, and the wooden beams on their roofs. 



Casona de Leonora Carrington

Chihuahua 194, Colonia Roma.

For years, the Surrealist painter, Leonora Carrington, inhabited this house in Rome. He turned it into his little universe of inspiration, his muse. According to information about his stay, Carrington lived between Colonia Roma and Condesa, in about 40 blocks. He lived with Remedios Varo, and spent a great time with other of his eccentric friends (such as Julio Cortazar and Aldoux Huxley) through the streets of his Mexican neighborhood. In addition to the Museum, the Autonomous University of Mexico plans to create a digital documentation center and a Diploma in Surrealist Studies, as part of the Leonora Carrington Project.

In alphabetical order:

Former School of Medicine UNAM

Address: Brazil No. 33, corner with Venezuela, Plaza de Sto. Sunday 
Historical Center, CDMX 
Tel: +52 (55) 56-2331-23 
Post:  [email protected]  or  [email protected]

Capilla Alfonsina – Alfonso Reyes Literary Studies Center

Benjamín Hill No. 122, Col. Condesa 
Del. Cuauhtémoc , CP . 06140, Mexico, DF . 
Tel: 86475410

House of the Lake Juan José Arreola

Bosque de Chapultepec 
First section 
Colonia San Miguel Chapultepec 
Delegation Miguel Hidalgo 
México, DF, 11850 
Telephone: 5211-6086 / 93/94

Luis Barragán House

Address: General Francisco Ramírez 12-14 
Colonia Ampliación Daniel Garza 
Mexico City CP 11840

Phone: 55 5515-4908 
Email:  [email protected]

 Casa Refugio CitlaltépetlAddress: Citlaltépetl 25, Hippodrome, 06170 DFPhone: 01 55 5211 3264Mail: Click here

José Martí Cultural CenterAddress: Dr. Mora 1, Colonia Centro 
CP 06050, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City 
Telephone: (55) 1719 3028, 1719 3000 ext. 2102Email:  [email protected] or [email protected]

Cloister of Sor Juana

Address: San Jerónimo No. 47, Colonia Centro, 
ZIP 06080, in Mexico, Mexico City 
Phone: 5130 33 00 
Email: Click here.


College of Las Vizcaínas

Address: Vizcaínas 21, Colonia Centro, 
ZIP 06080. Mexico, Mexico City. 
Telephone: 5512-4267 Fax: 5512-4267 Ext. 229 
Email:  [email protected]

Ex Teresa Arte Actual

Address: Licenciado Verdad 8, Colonia Centro,  
ZIP 06080. Mexico, Mexico City. 
Telephone: 5541228020 
E-mail: [email protected]

Gallery Hilario GalgueraAddress: Francisco Pimentel 3, Colonia San Rafael 
Mexico DF 06470, Mexico 
Phone: 55 5546 6703 or 55 5546 9001Email: [email protected] 

Metropolitan GalleryAddress: Medellín 28, Colonia Roma Norte, 
Cuauhtémoc, 06700, México 
Phone: 5511 1964 or 5511 0809 
Email: Click here .  

Mexico-Israel Cultural Institute

Address: Republic of El Salvador # 41, 
Historical Center of Mexico City.  
Phone: 5709-8853 
Email: [email protected]

Alameda Art Laboratory

Address: Dr. Mora 7, Colonia Centro 
CP 06050, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City 
Telephone: 86475660 
Email: [email protected]

MY Indigenous MuseumPaseo de la Reforma Norte 707 
Col. Morelos, Del. Cuauhtémoc06200, Mexico City 
Telephone: 55294699 

MUCHO Mundo Chocolate

Address: Milan 45, Colonia Juarez. 
Telephone: 55141737 
Email:  [email protected]

Much chocolate museum

Museum Old School of San Ildefonso

Address: Justo Sierra 16, Historical Center of Mexico City 
06020 Mexico, DF 
Telephone: 3602 0000 exts. 1028 and 1076 
Correos:  [email protected]

File Museum of Photography

Address: Republic of Guatemala 34 
Historic Center CP 06010 
Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 2616 7057 or 2616 7008 
Mail:  [email protected]

Archaeological Museum of Azcapotzalco Prince Tlaltecatzin

Address: Libertad 35, Colonia Recreo 
02070, Delegación Azcapotzalco 
Telephone: 5352 5172

Archaeological Museum of Fire New

Address: Cerro de la Estrella National Park s / n 
Col. Ampl. Veracruzana CP 09856 
Iztapalapa, Iztapalapa, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5686 9443 
E-mail:  [email protected]

Archaeological Museum of Xochimilco

Address: Av. Tenochtitlan s / n 
Pueblo Santa Cruz Acalpixca 
CP 16500 
Xochimilco, Xochimilco, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 2157 1757, 5676 6971 
E-mail:  [email protected]

archeological museum of xochimilco

British American Museum in Mexico

Address: Calle Article 123 # 134, 
Col. Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City, 
Federal District, Mexico

House of Carranza Museum

Address: Río Lerma No. 35, Esq. Río Amazonas, 
Col. Cuauhtémoc, Deleg. Cuauhtémoc, 
CP 06500, México DF 
Telephones: 55 46 64 94 and 55 35 29 20 
Correos: [email protected]

House of the Ball Museum

Address: Lira Park 136 
Col. Tacubaya, CP 11860 
Miguel Hidalgo, Miguel Hidalgo, Federal District 
Telephones: 5515 5582, 1998 7588, 5515 8825 
Correos:  [email protected]

Museum House of Leon Trotsky

Address: Rio Churubusco Avenue 410 
Col. Del Carmen Coyoacán, CP 04100 
Coyoacán, Coyoacán, Federal District 
Telephones: 5658 8732, 5554 4083 
Email:  [email protected]

Blaisten Collection Museum

Correos: [email protected] 
Telephones: 55 86 40 60, 55 86 30 86, 52 02 73 89

Carrillo Gil Art Museum

Address: Av. Revolucion 1608, Altavista corner, 
Col. San Ángel, México DF 
Phone: 86 47 54 50

Museum of Modern Art

Address: Paseo de la Reforma s / n esq. Gandhi 
Forest of Chapultepec 
CP 11560 Miguel Hidalgo. 
Telephone: 8647 5530, 5211 7827, 5211 8207 
Correos:  [email protected]

Popular art museum

Revillagigedo 11 esq. Independencia 
Centro Histórico, CP 06010 
Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5510 2201 ext. 102 
Email:  [email protected]

Popular art museum

Museum of Regional and Three-dimensional Art

Address: Hacienda del Rosario s / n 
col. Prados del Rosario, 
02410, Delegación Azcapotzalco 
Telephone: 5318 5334

Museum of El Carmen

Address: Av. Revolución 4 y 6 
Col. San Ángel 
CP 01000, Álvaro Obregón,  
Telephones: 5616 1177, 5616 1504, 5616 2816 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Geology Museum

Address: Jaime Torres Bodet 176 
Col. Santa María La Ribera 
CP 06400, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephones: 5547 3900 ext. 106, 5547 3948 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected];

Museum of Natural History

Address: Circuito Correr es Salud s / n, 
Second Section of Bosque de Chapultepec 
Delegation Miguel Hidalgo, CP 11800 
Telephone: 55156304; 55152222 ext 116 
Correos:  [email protected]

Museum of the Basilica of Guadalupe

Address: Plaza de las Américas 1 
Col. Villa de Guadalupe 
CP 07050 
Gustavo A. Madero, Gustavo A. Madero, Federal District 
Phones: 5577 6022 exts. 175, 189, 137, 206, 5781 6810 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected][email protected]

Chancellery Museum

Address: Rep. Del Salvador 47 
CP 06000 
Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Telephones: 3686 5100 ext. 8327 
Correos:  [email protected] [email protected]

Museum of Caricature

Address: 99 Donceles 
Historical Center 
CP 06020 
Cuauhtemoc, Cuauhtemoc, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5702 9256, 5704 0459 
E:  [email protected]

Wax Museum

Address: Londres 6 
Colonia Cuauhtemoc  
06600, Mexico. 
Telephones: 55463784 
Correos: [email protected]

Wax Museum

Beer Museum

Address: Bolívar 18 int.A 
Corner with 5 de Mayo 
Col. Downtown Mexico City 
Telephone: 5510 0951

Charrería Museum

Address: Isabel la Catolica No. 108 esq. Izazaga 
Centro Histórico, 06080 México, DF 
Phone: 57-09-48-23 

Museum of Science (Universum UNAM)

Address: Cultural Circuit of University City 
S / N, Coyoacán, Cd. Universitaria, 
04510 Mexico City 
Phone: 5424-0694 
Mail:  [email protected]

Museum of the City of Mexico

Address: José María Pino Suárez 30 
Centro Histórico 
06060, Cuauhtémoc. 
Phone: 5522 9936, 5542 0083, 5542 0487 
E:  [email protected]

Museum of Light

Address: San Ildefonso 43 
Centro Histórico 
06020, Cuauhtémoc  
Telephones: 5702 4129, 5702 3195 ext. 101 and 102 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected][email protected]

Museum of Women

Rep. Of Bolivia 17 
Centro, 06020 
Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City 
Telephones: 5795 9425, 5795 9674, 5795 9596 
Correos:  [email protected]

museum of women

Museum of the SHCP

Address: Moneda 4 
Centro Histórico 
CP 06060, Cuauhtémoc, 
Telephones: 3688 1248, 3688 1710, 3688 1666 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

National Museum of Popular Cultures

Address: Av. Hidalgo 289 
Col. Del Carmen 
CP 04100, Coyoacán. 
Telephones: 4155 0920, 9172 8840 ext. 126 
Correos:  [email protected]

Museum of the Ferrocarrileros

Address: Alberto Herrera s / n between Hidalgo and Aquiles Serdán 
Col. Aragón La Villa 
CP 07000 Gustavo A. Madero 
Phones: 5118 6407, 5118 6409 
E-mail:  [email protected]

National Museum of San Carlos

Address: Puente de Alvarado No. 50, Col. Tabacalera 
Del. Cuauhtémoc, 06030 Mexico City 
Phone: 86 47 58 00

Museum of Site and Archaeological Zone of Cuicuilco

Address: Tlalpan, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5606 – 9758 
Email: [email protected]

Archbishop’s Museum (see from the SHCP)

Museo del Caracol or Gallery “The Fight of the Mexican People for their Freedom”

Address: Access ramp to Castillo de Chapultepec s / n 
Col. San Miguel Chapultepec, 1st. section 
CP 11580 Miguel Hidalgo 
Tels .: (55) 4040 5241, 42, 45 and 48 
Email:  [email protected]

Museum of the Cárcamo de Chapultepec

Address:  Avenida Rodolfo Neri Vela 
S / N, Miguel Hidalgo, Forest of Chapultepec II Secc, 
11850 Mexico City, DF 
Telephone: 5515 0739

Carcamo de Chapultepec mural

Chopo Museum

Address: Dr. Enrique González Martínez 10 
Col. Santa María la Ribera 
CP 11590, Cuauhtémoc, 
Telephone: 5546 3471, 5535 2186, ext. 110 and 160 
Correos:  [email protected]

Museum of the Army and Air Force Mexicans of Bethlemitas

Address: Filomeno Mata 12 
Centro, ZIP 06060 
Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Phone: 5512 3215 
Email:  [email protected]

Museo del Estanquillo

Address: Isabel la Católica 26 
Centro, CP 06000 
Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5521 3052 ext. 101 
Email:  [email protected]


Museum of the Institute of Geophysics

Address: Victoriano Zepeda 53 
Col. Observatory 
CP 11860 Miguel Hidalgo 
Telephones: 5271 1068, 5622 4120 
Email:  [email protected]

Old Mexico Toy Museum

Address: Dr. Olvera 15 
Col. Doctores 
CP 06720, Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5588 2100 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Object Object Museum

Address: Colima 145 
Col. La Roma 
CP 06700, Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5533 9637 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Museum of the Palace of Fine Arts

Address: Lázaro Cárdenas Central Axis with Juarez Avenue 
Telephone: 10 00 46 22 ext. 2132/2112 
E-mail:  [email protected]

Police Museum

Address: Victoria 82 
Centro Histórico 
CP 06050, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5518 7693, 5521 0426 
Email:  [email protected]

Telegraph Museum

Address: Tacuba 8 
CP 06620, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephones: 5521 9351, 5510 2370 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Templo Mayor Museum

Seminar 8 
Historic Center 
CP 06060, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephones: 4040 5600 exts. 412930, 412933, 5542 4787 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Diego Rivera Anahuacalli Museum

Address: 150 Museum 
Col. San Pablo Tepetlapa 
CP 04620, Coyoacán, Coyoacán 
Telephones: 5617 4310, 5617 3797 
Email:  [email protected]

Anahuacalli Museum

Dolores Olmedo Museum

Address:  Av México 5843, 
La Noria, 16030 Mexico City, DF 
Phone: 5555 0891

EBC MuseumAddress: Marseille no. 44  
Colonia Juárez 
CP 06600, Mexico CityTelephone: 9149 2000 ext. 2791 
Email:  [email protected]

Museo Estudio Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo

Address: Diego Rivera s / n esq. Av. Altavista 
Col. San Ángel Inn 
CP 01060 
Álvaro Obregón, Álvaro Obregón, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 8647 5470 
E-mail:  [email protected]

Franz Mayer Museum

Av. Hidalgo 45 
CP 06300, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5521 1325, 5518 2266 ext. 247 
Email:  [email protected]

Frida Kahlo Museum (The Blue House)

Address: Londres 247 
04100, Coyoacán, Mexico 
Telephone: 5554 5999

the favorite food of frida kahlo and diego rivera-

Herdez Gastronomic Museum

Address: Seminar 18 
Historical Center, CP 06060 
Telephone: 5522 8860, 5522 5544, 5522 8874 
Email:  [email protected]

Hacienda Santa Monica Museum

Address: Ignacio Manuel Altamirano 3 
Col. Ex-Hacienda of Santa Mónica 
Telephones: 5515 5582, 5515 8825, 1998 7588 
Email:  [email protected]

Jewish Historical Museum and the Holocaust

Address: Acapulco 70 
Col. Condesa 
CP 06100, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5211 6908 
E-mail:  [email protected]

Interactive Museum of Economics

Address: Tacuba 17 
CP 06000, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5130 4600 ext. 2900 
Mail:  [email protected][email protected][email protected]

José Luis Cuevas Museum

Address: Academia 13 
Centro Histórico 
CP 06060, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephones: 5542 8959, 5542 6198 ext. 101 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Manuel Tolsá Museum

Address: Tacuba # 7 
Historical Center of Mexico City. 
Phone: 5521 4021

Memory and Tolerance Museum

Address: Plaza Juarez, Historical Center in 
front of the Hemicycle to Juárez in the Alameda 
Telephone: 51305555

Mexican Museum of Design

Address: Francisco I. Madero 74 
Historical Center 
CP 06000, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5510 8609, 5510 8771 
E-mail:  [email protected]


Diego Rivera Mural Museum

Address: Balderas s / n esq. Colón 
Centro Histórico 
CP 06040, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 1555 1900 
E-mail:  [email protected]

National Museum of Anthropology and History

Address:  Av Paseo de la Reforma & Calzada Gandhi S / N, 
Chapultepec Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, 
11560 Mexico City. 
Phone: 4040 5300

National Museum of Architecture

Address: Av. Juárez 1, Centro, 
06050 Mexico City, DF 
Telephone: 8647 6500

National Museum of Art (MUNAL)

Address: Calle Tacuba 8, Cuauhtemoc, 
Centro Histórico, 06010 Mexico City, DF 
Telephone: 8647 5430


National Museum of Watercolor

Address: Calle Salvador Novo 88, Coyoacán, 
Santa Catarina, 04000 Mexico City, DF 
Phone: 5554 1801

National Museum of Cartography

Address: Av. Observatorio 94 
Col. Tacubaya 
CP 11870 
Miguel Hidalgo, Miguel Hidalgo, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5272 6686 
E-mail:  [email protected]

National Museum of the Estampa

Address: Hidalgo Avenue 39, Plaza de la Santa Veracruz 
CP 06050, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 8647 5220 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

National museum of the stamp

National Museum of the Revolution

Address: Plaza de la República s / n 
Col. Tabacalera 
CP 06030, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephones: 5546 2115, 5566 1902 
Post:  [email protected][email protected]

National Museum of Cultures

Address: Moneda 13 
Centro Histórico 
CP 06010, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephones: 5542 0422, 5542 0187, 5542 0165 
Correos:  [email protected]

National Museum of Interventions – INAH

Address: August 20 s / n esq. General Anaya 
Col. San Diego Churubusco 
CP 04120, Coyoacán 
Phone: 5604 3699, 5688 7926, 5604 0699, 5022 3470 
Email:  [email protected]

San Fernando Pantheon Museum

Plaza San Fernando 17 
Col. Guerrero 
CP 06300, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5518 4736 
Email:  [email protected]

Luis Enrique Erro Planetarium Museum

Address: Av. Wilfrido Massieu s / n 
Col. Zacatenco 
CP 07738, Gustavo A. Madero 
Phones: 5729 6000 exts. 53916, 53920, 53925 
Correos:  [email protected]

Postal Museum

Address: Tacuba 1 
Historical Center 
CP 06000, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephones: 5510 2999, 5530 4100 exts. 15586, 15582 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Tamayo  Museum Contemporary Art

Address: Av. Paseo de la Reforma 51 
Bosque de Chapultepec 
CP 11580, Miguel Hidalgo 
Telephone: 4122 8200 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected][email protected]


Soumaya Museum Plaza Carso 

Address: Blvd. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303 
Col. Ampl. Granada 
CP 11529, Miguel Hidalgo 
Telephones: 1103 9801, 9802 and 9803 
Correo:  [email protected]

Soumaya Museum Loreto Square

Address: Altamirano 46 between Revolución and Río Magdalena 
Col. Tizapán, San Ángel 
CP 01090, Álvaro Obregón 
Telephone: 1103 9800, 5616 3731 
E-mail:  [email protected]

Mexican Bullfighting Museum

Address: Astronomers 62 local D 
Col. Escandón Miguel Hidalgo 
Telephone: 55163203 
Email: [email protected]

Technological Museum of the CFE (MUTEC)

Address: Avenida Grande del Bosque s / n, 
Miguel Hidalgo, 2nd. Section of Bosque de Chapultepec 
Correo:  [email protected]

University Cultural Center Tlatelolco

Address: Ricardo Flores Magón Avenue 1 
Col. Nonoalco-Tlatelolco 
CP 06995, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5117 2818 ext 49694, 5117 2818 ext. 49687, 5683 0961 
Correo:  [email protected][email protected]

University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC)

Address: Av. Insurgentes Sur 3000, University Cultural Center 
Cd. Universitaria 
CP 04510, Coyoacán 
Telephone: 5622 6972 
E-mail:  [email protected]


MUTEM (Museum of Tequila and Mezcal)

Address: Plaza Garibaldi, Central Axis Lázaro Cárdenas s / n 
CP 06010, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5526 6540, 5529 1238 ext. 103 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Banamex Cultural Palace (Iturbide Palace)

Address: Francisco I. Madero 17 
Historical Center 
CP 06000, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephones: 1226 0124, 1226 0004 
Correo:  [email protected]

Mining Palace

Address: Tacuba 5, 
Centro Histórico, Mexico City

Papalote Children’s Museum

Address: Col. Daniel Garza, 2nd. Section of Bosque de Chapultepec 
CP 11830, Miguel Hidalgo 
Telephones: 5237 1700, 5237 1773, 5237 1735, 5237 1717, 5237 1714 
Mail:  [email protected]

Papalote Children's Museum

Pinacoteca de La Profesa

Address: Isabel la Católica 21 
Historical Center 
CP 06000, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5521 8362 
E-mail:  [email protected][email protected]

Siqueiros Public Art Room

Address: Tres Picos 29 
Col. Polanco 
CP 11560, Miguel Hidalgo 
Telephones: 8647 5340 and 43 
E-mail:  [email protected]

San Carlos AcademyAddress: La Academia 22, 
Col Cuauhtémoc, 
Historical Center, 06060Phone: 01 55 5522 0630  San Francisco Atrium Address: Madero 7, next to the Latin American Tower. 
Col. Centro, Mexico, DF 
Tel. (55) 57091540Email: [email protected]  Library of Mexico Address: Plaza de la Ciudadela No.4, 
Col. Centro, 06040 
Delegación CuauhtémocMailJumex Museum

Address: Blvd. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303 
Col. Granada 
CP 11520 Miguel Hidalgo 
Tels .: (52) 5775 8188, 5395 2615 2618 
Email:  [email protected]Library Lerdo de TejadaAddress: Republic of El Salvador 49Col. Historic Center. CP 06020, CuauhtémocPhone: 3688 9837Email: [email protected] 

Juan Ruíz de Alarcón Cultural Center – British ChapelAddress: Interior circuit 
col. San Rafael 
c.p. 06470, Cuauhtemoc Delegation  Jesús Reyes Heroles Culture House

Address: Francisco Sosa 202 
Santa Catarina Neighborhood 
CP 04010, Coyoacán 
Tels .: (55) 5554 5324, 5659 3937 
Post:  [email protected]House of Culture Quinta Colorada

Address: Pedro Antonio de los Santos s / n esq. Av. Constituyentes 
1a. Section of the Chapultepec forest, entrance through the Puerta de Flores 
CP 11850, Miguel Hidalgo, Federal District 
Tels .: (55) 5256 5377House of Malinche- Casa Colorada

Address: Higuera 57 
col. La Concepción 
c.p. 04020, Coyoacán

Casa Lamm and Gamm Gallery

Address: Álvaro Obregón 99, 
Colonia Roma. 
Telephone: 55253938/55253918 
Email:  [email protected]

Museum of the Army and Air Force

Address: Calz. of Tlalpan 1838 
Col. Country Club 
CP 04220, Coyoacán 
Tels .: (55) 5336 5727 
E-mail:  [email protected]

Centro Cultural del México Contemporáneo

Leandro Valle 20, Cuauhtémoc, 
Centro Histórico, 06020, 
Mexico City DF 
Phone: 52 55 55-29-15-67 

Digital Cultural Center, Estela de Luz

Address: Paseo de Reforma s / n Esquina Lieja 
Colonia Juárez – ZIP 06600 
Mexico DF 
Telephone: 55 1000 2637 

Wake of light

 Spain Cultural Center

Address: Guatemala Cultural Passage 18- Donceles 97. 
Colonia Centro 
Cuauhtémoc, 06010 Mexico 
Telephone: 55 6592 9926 
E-mail: [email protected]

Indianilla Station Cultural Center

Address: Dr. Claudio Bernard Indian Station No. 111, 
Col. Doctores 
Del. Cuauhtémoc CP 060720 
 Telephone +52 (55) 5761-8923 and 5761-9058 

Isidro Fabela Cultural Center

Address: Plaza de San Jacinto 5 and 15 
Col. San Ángel 
CP 01000, Álvaro Obregón, Distrito Federal 
Tels .: (55) 5616 2711, 5550 9286 
Email:  [email protected]

Abraham Lincoln Park Cultural Center

Address: Av. Emilio Castelar s / n. 
Col. Polanco 
cp 11560, Chapultepec

 Veracruz Cultural and Social Center

Address: Miguel Ángel de Quevedo # 687 
Col. Quadrant of San Francisco 
Deleg. Coyoacán CP 04320 
Tel: 5554 1633 
Email:  [email protected]

Center of the Image

Address: Plaza de la Ciudadela 2 
Historical Center 
Mexico City 
CP 06040 
T .: 4155 0850

Lighthouse of the East

Address: Calle Ignacio Zaragoza S / N, 
Iztapalapa, 09150 Mexico, DF 
Telephone: 5738 7440 
E-mail: [email protected]

Green Indian Lighthouse

Address: Avenida Huitzilihuitl No. 51, 
Colonia Santa Isabel Tola, 
delegation Gustavo A. Madero 
Telephone: 57-81-69-00 

Photo Cuatro Caminos MuseumAddress: Ingenieros Militares No. 77, 
Lomas de Sotelo in Naucalpan de Juárez, 
Mexico, CP 53390 
Telephones: 55-6813 5946 / 55- 5359 6778 

Gallery of the National Palace

Plaza de la Constitución s / n 
Col. Centro 
CP. 06066 
Cuauhtémoc delegation

Torre de El Reloj Gallery

Edgar Allan Poe s / n 
col. Chapultepec, Polanco 
CP. 11560 
Delegation Miguel Hidalgo 
Telephone: 5281 4001

The National Cineteca Gallery

Address: Av. México Coyoacán 389, 
Benito Juárez, Xoco, 
03330 Mexico City. 
Telephone: 4155 1200 
Email: infogaleria (@)

Palace of University Autonomy

Address: Lic. Verdad 2, Centro, 
06060 Mexico City. 
Telephones: 54 91 11 12/54 91 11 13 
Email: [email protected]

Museum of Torture

Address: Tacuba 15, 
06000, Centro, 
Mexico City 
Telephone: 5521 4651 

Museum of the Constitutions

Del Carmen s / n esq. San Ildefonso 
Historical Center 
CP 06010 
Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Tels .: (55) 5702 6956, 5702 9815, 5702 7129 ext. 115 
Correos:  [email protected][email protected]

Museum of Mexican Medicine

Rep. Of Brazil 33 esq. Venezuela 
Historical Center 
CP 06000 
Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Tels .: (55) 5623 3111, 5529 9741, 5623 3147 
Post:  [email protected][email protected]

Ripley’s museum

Address: Londres 6 
Colonia Cuauhtemoc  
06600, Mexico. 
Telephones: 55463784 
Correos: [email protected]

Site Museum of the Chapultepec Forest

Address: Old entrance to the Military College 
Under construction. Museum of Site of Tlatelolco, Water Box

Address: Lázaro Cárdenas Central Axis s / n 
Col. Nonoalco-Tlatelolco 
CP 06900 Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5782 2240, 5782 7290 
Correos: [email protected][email protected]Site Museum of Cuicuilco

Address: Av. Insurgentes Sur 146 
Col. Isidro Fabela 
CP 14030 
Tlalpan, Tlalpan, Distrito Federal 
Telephone: 5606 9758 
E-mail:  [email protected]

Site Museum of the SEP

Address: Rep. De Argentina 28 
CP 06020, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 3601 1000 exts. 51238 
Email:  [email protected]Museum of Chimalhuacán site

Address: Los Pochotes s / n 
Barrio de San Andrés 
CP 53360, Chimalhuacán 
Telephone: (722) 215 70 80, 215 85 69

[email protected][email protected]

Homage to Don Benito Juárez

Address: Plaza de la Constitución s / n 
CP 06066 Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 3688 1371, 3688 1360 
Correo:  [email protected][email protected]

Automobile Museum Foundation

Address: Av. División del Norte 3572 
Col. San Pablo Tepetlapa 
CP 04620, Coyoacán 
Telephone: 5617 0411 
Correo:  [email protected]

Automobile Museum

Footwear Museum  –  El Borceguí

Address: Bolívar 27, first floor 
Centro Histórico 
CP 06000, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5521 8380 ext. 110, 5510 0627 exts. 113, 114 
Email:  [email protected]

Centenary Museum of the National Army

Address: Boulevard Manuel Avila Camacho, 
Av. Industria Militar, Col. Lomas de Sotelo 
Telephone: 21228800 Ext. 8808

Museum of the Army and Mexican Air Force – Center

Address: Filomeno Mata 12 
CP 06060, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5512 3215 
E-mail:  [email protected]

El Eco Experimental Museum

Address: Sullivan 43 
Col. San Rafael 
CP 06470, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5535 5186, 5535 4351 
Email:  [email protected]

National History Museum Castillo de Chapultepec

Address: Insurgentes Sur No. 421, Colonia Hipódromo, 
México DF CP 06100 
Telephones: 4040-4624 and 4040-4300 
Correo:  [email protected]

National Museum of the Viceroyalty

Address: Plaza Hidalgo 99 
CP 54600, Tepotzotlán 
Telephone: 5876 0245, 5876 2770, 5876 0332, 5876 2771 
Email:  [email protected]

National Numismatic Museum

Address: Apartado 13, entry by Bolivia s / n 
Historical Center 
CP 06000, Cuauhtémoc 
Telephone: 5208 9982, 5511 7700 ext. 4541 
Email:  [email protected]

Tlatilca Museum

Address: Blvd. Avila Camacho s / n 
Fracc. El Mirador 
CP 53050, Naucalpan De Juárez 
Telephone: 5300 2705, 5371 8300 ext. 1175, 1472, 1473 
Email:  [email protected]

University Museum of Sciences and Arts (MUCA)  / CU

Av. Insurgentes 3000, Cto. University, in front of Rectoría 
Cd. Universitaria 
CP 04510, Coyoacán 
Telephones: 5622 0212 
E-mail:  [email protected][email protected]

University Museum of Sciences and Arts (MUCA) Rome

Address: Tonalá 51 
Col. Roma Norte 
ZIP 06700 
Cuauhtémoc, Cuauhtémoc, Distrito Federal 
Address: 5511 0925 
E-mail:  [email protected][email protected]


 Justo Sierra Historical Synagogue

Address: Justo Sierra 71 
Centro Histórico 
CP 06000, Cuauhtémoc 
Correo:  [email protected]

Site Museum of the Ex-convent of the Desierto de los Leones

Address: Carr. Mexico-Toluca s / n 
Col. La Venta 
CP 05020, Cuajimalpa De Morelos 
Telephone: 5814 1172 
E-mail:  [email protected]

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