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Museo Soumaya

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Museo Soumaya

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Blvd Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303 Col Ampliacion Granada, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City 11529 Mexico
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Scenic81709 wrote a review Aug 2020
Illinois12 contributions
This museum has art work from Mexico as well as a very impressive collection from Europe. There were several works by Rodin, Rubens, el Greco, and the list goes on. Plan on a minimum of 3 hours.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Ralph Z wrote a review May 2020
Houston, Texas39 contributions4 helpful votes
Remarkable art collection housed in a stunning 21st century jewel of a building. And . . . its free!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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wymok12 wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada2 contributions
1) find your way to Metro Polanco stop, 5 pesos 2) upon exit from Metro, no need to cross street, on NE corner of Horacio and Arquimedes get on colectivo “blanco y morado”, modern bus 2/3 white from top, bottom 1/3 purple, 8.5 pesos 3) get off at Av. C.F. de Cuernavaca, a boulevard. 20 blocks from Metro Polanco stop. A lovely ride. Many people will get off. 4) turn Right on Av. Cuernavaca, walk 3 long blocks (the second one is really long). 10-15 min. 5) On the third block, the boulevard branches with an island in the middle of the road. It is actually a parkette with an old train track. Cross boulevard to the island. Walk next to train track. You'll get the BEST ground view ever of the Museo Soumaya. The one-storey white building at the end of the parkette island is the Acaurio Inbursa. Reaching Museo Soumaya is just a question of carefully crossing the extremely busy Boulevard Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra To get back on to the Metro subway grid: 1) exit museum, cross Boulevard Saavedra, turn right along the boulevard, intersection with Presca Falcon. You'll see a bus stop for colectivo buses. 2) get on the one that says “Buenavista”, ask the driver to let you off at Metro San Cosme. 15-20 min, depending on traffic, 8.5 pesos 3) Metro San Cosme entrance is not that in-your-face; it's between two store fronts on Av Ribera de San Cosme. Just ask around.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Roam777616 wrote a review Mar 2020
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Its not easy finding open attraction in Mexico City on a Monday. This is an interesting building in a nice neighborhood with some excellent art mixed in with tons of average art. I really liked the old musical instruments and communication equipment on display
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Date of experience: March 2020
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TravelersTwoPeople wrote a review Mar 2020
Weston, Connecticut121 contributions45 helpful votes
Debated about which museum to visit but the unusual exterior led us to enter the Soumaya. Inside it wasn't as unusual, but the exhibits were somewhat unusual. Don't miss the telephones!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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