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This place is absolutely great!! Since arquitecture to its collections. Located in Angelopolis (new part of the city, 20 minutes away from downtown), taxi charges about $90-$100 MXP from downtown.
The visit is really woth it!!
We knew very little about the Baroque when we went to this museum. We left feeling like we had learned a ton in an engaging format. This museum is a must see for the architecture of the museum, the quality of the displays, the helpfulness...More
Once I saw in the news that the museum was open, I wonder to visit the city. Finally my dream came true this month. The avant-garde building structure contrasts with its insides, a historic legacy and a description of the content. You can walk thru...More
I saved this for almost last during my Puebla visit and that was a mistake. It gives an incredible explanation of baroque art, architecture, fashion, music and culture that would have been excellent background for just about every other place that I visited here. Be...More
The sidewalk at the front of the museum goes to the right around the museum and leads to the stunning new ecoparque. In addition to plants and lawns, there are stone tunnels, water features and sculptures. All of contemporary/ indigenous design that works very well...More
An excellent experience. it is not about the art works as to why and how and more. deals with baroque painting, architecture, music, dance, singing, and more. the local exhibition was ok but the permanent part is very well done. hats off to the staff...More
This museum is an absolute must, and if you can afford at lest four hours, can be a great teach in in the art of baroque.Baroque architecture is not everybody´s cup of tea, and I remember many years ago an Italian priest in the Church...More
Interest in Baroque civilization is a specialization, granted, but if you have any interest in it at all, this is the place to go. Remember that Baroque was the predominate style during the early colonial period in Mexico and hence its importance. The museum is...More
This is a fairly new museum. It opened in 2016. It was designed by Pritzker Prize Toyo Itto and has become an instant landmark in the city, which combines the baroque and the modern side of art. Exhibits are good but, even... More
This is a fairly new museum. It opened in 2016. It was designed by Pritzker Prize Toyo Itto and has become an instant landmark in the city, which combines the baroque and the modern side of art. Exhibits are good but, even if they weren’t, the architecture in itself is worth the visit. A must.