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Museo Jumex

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Avenida Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303 Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City 11520 Mexico
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sandy c wrote a review Apr 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark596 contributions336 helpful votes
You can't complain about the lines on free days, but it sure was annoying. One line for the ticket, another to get in, then you are herded into a holding pen until the elevator is free, then you find you don't have the correct ticket anyhow, and what is available to view is dull dull dull. On my visit: a bunch of high fashion dresses, and a video without any movement. Maybe my timing is just bad here, but it's never been worth my time. Staff were friendly and helpful though.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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howardxp1 wrote a review Mar 2020
Cancun, Mexico286 contributions149 helpful votes
We had originally gone there to see the neighboring Soumaya Museum. When we saw the Jumex right next door, we figured why not check it out. Turned out to be a nice, refreshingly different set of exhibitions from the normal bunch of art that one usually sees in an Art museum. Can’t go wrong for an hour or so. The price is right as well. Museums in Mexico are nice and cheap allowing everyone to visit them! Howard S.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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REMReviews wrote a review Mar 2020
New York City, New York68 contributions60 helpful votes
We saw a fantastic James Turrell exhibit, complete with morphing light rooms, blackout rooms with projections, models for his Roden Crater project in Arizona. Curation full of art-speak gobbledygook, but that might go with the art, which is compelling in a visceral way. Local food and spirits purveyors on the outside plaza gave it all a relaxed, spring weather feel.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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HeKtor89 wrote a review Feb 2020
Dallas, Texas184 contributions60 helpful votes
This place is mostly contemporary art, some installations are pretty cool and were able to see James Turrell Exhibit of lights which were different and cool.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Yates26 wrote a review Feb 2020
Richmond, Virginia180 contributions128 helpful votes
it's right next to Soumaya Museum so if you're a big museum person u can hit 2 the same day. there's also a big shopping mall and flagship Apple store close by. The museum had some cool exhibits and it was only 30MXN so worth the price.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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