Top 5 virtual tours of Mexico that you cannot miss

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One of the best options to learn and have fun at the same time from home

With museums closed and archaeological sites cordoned off, one of the best options for learning and having fun at the same time from home is virtual tours.

It coincides that five of the most important sites in Mexico invite us to visit them these days with new showrooms and new multimedia files every day; among them are:

1. THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

The museum has eight virtual rooms where there are exhibitions of pictorial, photographic and sculptural art, as well as aerial and general views of the three levels of the installation.

In the same place, we have the opportunity to visit the Museum of Modern Art, the José María Velasco Gallery, the National Museum of Architecture, the Tamayo Museum of Contemporary Art, the Mexican Plastic Room, among others belonging to the National Institute of Fine Arts. and Literature.

Take a look at the heart of INBAL’s museums no matter where you are.

Site: https://inba.gob.mx/digital

2. FRIDA KAHLO MUSEUM

In times where the figure of the great painter Frida Kahlo is going around the world, it is vitally important to know her history from reliable sources and discover her art from its origin. For this, “La casa azul”, which was his home in Coyoacán and where he painted most of his work, is a great option.

The virtual tour consists of 16 rooms that explore the painful life of this Mexican icon and his partner Diego Rivera.

Site: https://www.museofridakahlo.org.mx

3. SOUMAYA MUSEUM

The 17,000 m2 Soumaya Museum pays tribute to its eclectic art collection of nearly 70,000 objects from the 15th to the mid-20th century, including the world’s largest private collection of sculptures by Auguste Rodin.

The visits through its website have the options of 360 ° Video Tour and 360 ° Photography Tour to provide different experiences.

Site: h ttp: //www.museosoumaya.org/

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4. AMPARO MUSEUM

The Puebla museum has a permanent collection of 4,800 pre-Hispanic pieces, some delivered to custody by the National Institute of Anthropology and History and others from private collections.

The visual tour is contemplated to be enjoyed together with historical data that appear between rooms, as well as some temporary exhibitions by international artists.

Site: https://museoamparo.com/

5. REGIONAL MUSEUM OF GUANAJUATO

The alhóndiga de las granaditas in Guanajuato, with its neoclassical style, is one of the great icons of the history of Mexico at the end of the 18th century, in the days of the viceroyalty, originally used as a warehouse and grain trade. Today it can be enjoyed through the audiovisual classrooms offered by adobe flash player.

Site: https://www.inah.gob.mx/paseos/

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