Memory and Tolerance Museum

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Av. Juárez 8
06010, Ciudad de México
55 5130 5555 ext. 1045

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  • lunes: Cerrado
  • martes: 9:00–18:00
  • miércoles: 9:00–18:00
  • jueves: 9:00–18:00
  • viernes: 9:00–18:00
  • sábado: 10:00–19:00
  • domingo: 10:00–19:00

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🗣️ Memory and Tolerance Museum: Des avis

5/5 (54 Des avis)
Angie Sol Jiménez Mora 1 month ago

Expérience fantastique: El personal muy amable y atento. Las exposiciones muy bien representadas. Quiero felicitar especialmente al guía de la exposición, muy gentil e inclusivo.

Jose M Moran 2 months ago

Expérience positive: - Pienso que es una experiencia que hay que vivir y repetir (la visita a la exposición). Hay aspectos que conocerás al estar presente y serás transportado a otra época. Se cumple aquel adagio que dice: "aquel que no conoce su historia, está condenado a repetirla". El recorrido dura, aproximadamente, una hora. La experiencia durará muchísimo más. Una observación, que se cumpla con puntualidad el horario de los boletos adquiridos vía Internet.

Sandra Chavarría 2 months ago

Expérience fantastique: Excelente museo, muy interesante. Hay mucha información que no lograrás leer en una sola visita. Recomendable apoyarse del guía de recorridos. Los guías muy comprometidos en la explicación. Vale la pena el costo de la entrada, pero no aplican descuento de estudiante en la exposición de Ana Frank. Muy recomendable para reflexionar y si te gusta el tema del museo. No olviden configurar la visita de zonas virtuales, yo no la pude aprovechar. Es un museo para ir por lo menos tres veces para explorarlo bien pues hay muchos audiovisuales e información relevante.

Gabriela Anahí Hernández 3 months ago

Expérience fantastique: El museo es increíble, hay muchas cosas que ver y te pasas buen rato. El recorrido dura aproximadamente como una hora y media, (si lo haces guiado) pero te dan la opción de volver a verlo por tu cuenta. Lo único no tan padre del recorrido es que el guía va rápido en algunas partes y hay tanta información que no da oportunidad a ver todo. Lo recomiendo muchísimo si te gusta la historia en especial lo relacionado con el holocausto. El costo no es tan económico, pero creo que vale por completo la pena.

Helen Lugo 3 months ago

Expérience fantastique: Excelente exposición con gente altamente informada, cuentan con demasiada información y ayudas visuales y auditivas, es una experiencia interactiva y puedes hacer uso de su aplicación en el teléfono para obtener una realidad aumentada. Las exposiciones temporales están muy bien montadas y el hecho de usar audífonos hace excelente la experiencia.

Steven Gonzalez 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Great place to get a dose of reality, I would highly recommend if you are in the area

Tyler Daniel 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Very somber experience walking thru this museum. It shows how close we as a world came horrible more horrible outcome had the the Axis Powers had prevailed. We must always temper our past so we are least likely to make the same errors. Must see museum for all!

K. K. 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Great museum, very important topics. The holocaust takes up around 80 % of the exhibition. I would have wished much more info on the lesser well known genocides such as the one on Darfur and Guatemala. After seeing all the misery, it was needed and good to end on a more positive note, celebrating diversity and tolerance as a way to prevent future such atrocities.

Chris Georges 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Visiting this museo is like a punch in the gut when you’re reminded that ‘never again’ has always been an empty promise. genocide-like activity continues into the present and foreign governments rarely risk significant amounts of their own people and political capital to stop genocides in faraway countries, and are always inclined to turn away refugees as culturally/economically undesirable. Nevertheless it’s important to have these places so people (especially young people) understand the circumstances that bring about these events so there can be hope to change this in the future. They have brought a railcar that carried Jewish people and rebuilt it inside the museum; standing in that was the most powerful moment for me personally

Karel 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Awesome museum!! Loved it, lot of informations about the horrible things thst happened in the world... better not go with young children! There is some videos that could freak them! Enjoy your time!

Joe Co-9 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Very moving experience.

Sheena Weinberg 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: This was a tough one. And also one I’m glad I made myself do, especially with the world as it is, again. I left feeling moved, a bit fatigued, but also more motivated to take whatever steps I can to make a difference. The museum is laid out to create an experience, and indeed, it does. We can’t let this all repeat again and yet, we see it forming…again, tough but necessary visit.

William Perez 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Makes you look at things from a different perspective. It's almost all in Spanish

Hope Murray 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: This museum plays a really important role in Mexican society. They are a strong voice for those who face discrimination. If you get a chance to visit, you will find the exhibitions very powerful. Most of the staff speaks English and the cafe has vegan options.

Maria Glotova 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Makes me very emotional. Without recognition there is no memory, without memory there is no justice. So sad it’s happening again. Glory to Ukraine!

Jorge Ming 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Is.a must when you want to better understand this theme. I recommend guided tour.

Lisa 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Traveling through the museum is a profound experience. Every human being must go. You will be changed forever and for the better. You will learn about the Jewish holocaust as well as many other genocides throughout history and around the world.

Alma Vanessa López Sánchez 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: The Museum can give you a lot of peace. It can help you to become aware of duty and responsibility to society. During the tour, its exhibitions make you feel what some people lived years ago and you have to reflect on the importance of human existence. You should visit it, if you want to reconnect with your human essence, could you remember your true purpose as a person. It makes you think about our actions, about how we treat others and what we are doing with our lives. The feeling of peace, joy and love is great and comfortable.

Shanmugam Sriraman 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Must visit place for every one to understand how lucky we are now and how injustice was done and still continue to happen in few places. It covers few places was surprised srilanka tamil issue was not brought up. You will appreciate your freedom more and embrace inclusion in your life if you get lessons out. All the information is in Spanish but the people helped me in navigation and gave heads up that all content is in Spanish. I was recommended by Uber driver as must visit place. It will take around 2 hours to see this place but go with strong heart to see the injustice.

michael pina 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: An amazing experience. The climate stuff was plain American propaganda although beautifully presented. Which tells you it's value as propaganda. Which also tells you that the Jewish piece of the museum was amazing and touching. But not propaganda and it is a must visit as the art rivals any Museum in the world.

Briayna Cuffie 3 years ago

Expérience fantastique: This museum is extremely well done. I was at a loss for words as I moved through it. It’s a wonderful alternative/primer for those who don’t “have the stomach” to visit the Holocaust and NMAAHC in Washington, D.C.

Rob L 3 years ago

Expérience fantastique: If you don’t speak Spanish, be sure you get an audio guide. All signs and multimedia are in Spanish. Beautiful museum. Recommended.

judith namratha 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: A very intense experience with humanity and acceptance of everyone and all ways of life

Jesus M. Cuevas 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Great museum explaining and showing the tolerance of different human beings living in a single world!

Victoria Holguín C. 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: If you have 2-3 hours and don't know what to do, it's a nice place to go. Los domingos, aunque seas mexicano, también pagas.

Mara 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Great experience!. I paid for the tour and the lady who guided us was well informed. You can feel the passion of those who work at the museum. If you have time to spend in the city, also check the museum's website, they always offer free workshops for adults and kids.

Willy Gómez 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: One of the most interesting museums I've gone to in Mexico City. The guided tour is worth taking. It will make you reflect about many aspects of violence in our world. The gift store has some really nice things for souvenirs. There is also a restaurant inside, but plenty of other options around the block as well.

Alexandre Ismael 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: I cannot recommend this museum enough! I've recently been to a similar exhibition in Santiago and Lima and this is probably the best. It's got so much content and everything is laid out in a very easy flow to the visitor. Admission fee starts at 90 pesos (around 18 dollars - mar/19) for an unguided tour.

Astrid Gómez 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Great museum about genocide and human values. It broke my heart but is strikingly beautiful and well done. It has guided tours. Everyone should go at least once in their life.

Gustavo 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: The layout of the museum is well thought. Most is dedicated to the jewish holocaust, which I found better than the one in DC. The excellent guided tour probably made a difference. After the tour I went back to take a few additional pictures. Highly recommended museum.

Yolanda 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Outstanding exhibitions with well planned distribution. I had walked past the Museum a few times on previous visits and I can't get over the fact that I had missed such a special place. Makes you stop in your tracks, pause and think.The way they get you started at the Holocaust room gives you chills and prepares the atmosphere for what will come. Current events are portrayed and give you pause. Don't miss it.

Evelyne De Suiza 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Recommend this museum not so busy like other in the city.

Senortimo 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Best LGBT + exhibit I have ever seen!

Jaime Garrido 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: I was just there for a temporary exposition about the LGBT community and it was great. Nice info and great use of tech resources. I'd love to go back and check out the rest of the museum.

Anna 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: A place every human being should visit at least once in lifetime

Luis Enrique 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Beautiful and touching museum. Good prices and great discounts if you are a student, teacher, disabled person or elder. It really creates conscience about our past mistakes and makes us reflect about how discriminatory we sometimes are. I visited the LGBT+ temporary exposition and it was beyond perfect, open minded, bias free, educated and moving! ️‍

Irfaan Maan 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Excellent museum on genocide and human rights abuses. an english audio guide is necessary if you don’t speak spanish. Ticket including the guide was 100 pesos. The museum is half about the holocaust with good rooms on other genocides as well. Allow 2 hours if you don’t want to rush.

Raquel Medina 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Great museum, tour is around 3 ½ hours plus the temporary expositions. Very family friendly, there's an area for kids. Highly recommend the audio guide or a personal guide.

Lin Romano 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Fantastic! This is a not-to-be-missed museum. We thought that while we were in Mexico City it would make more sense to go to museums that feature the local culture and history. But I am so glad that we discovered the Memory and Tolerance Museum. It is incredible - especially the exhibit on genocides around the world. They have headphones that describe most things in English too, which is a nice bonus for those of us who are language-challenged. The price of the museum is more than reasonable, and the gift shop has some nice bargains, as well. It's a very short walk from the Palace de Belles Artes, and you know you'll be going there! ☺

Steven Y 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: An incredible museum with an important message especially during these times. Good value for 100 pesos. I would've appreciated more English signage because even the audio guide didn't include the temp LGBT exhibits.

Roger Daniel Nigenda Morales 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: One of the most amazing museums I've ever visited. The information is so detailed, the ambient and decoration are the best to make you feel the vibe the museum is supposed to communicate. The original Polish train car is one of the most awesome and disturbing things I've ever seen. It's a must to really make conscience. Probably not very attractive for kids under 13. Besides the location couldn't be better. I totally loved it!!

Rosemary Baez 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Excellent museum! Very powerful with great use of technology. Can be very emotional and sad but the last section offers ways for you to make a positive difference. Take your time, read the displays, and watch the video clips.

Juan Herrera 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: I visited the LGBT+ exhibit, it was a amazing sample of the progress (and all the more needed) the LGBT community has made not just in Mexico but around the world.

Nieske Schilling 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: The museum is really good made and interesting. Dealing with hard topics, but so important to know. I recommend it to everybody that visits the city. Bring a jacket!!! We felt it super cold inside......

Ultraviolet Francia Donis 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: When you are there, pfff you will not stop to cry

Lorena Stalinsky 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: The museum staff here was amazing. I felt suddenly overwhelmed when going through the genocide exhibit, and even though I wasn't able to communicate this in Spanish, the staff there could see my distress and walked me through the exhibit to the exit, and asked if I needed medical attention. They were very caring and concerned, even though I couldn't speak fluent Spanish. I loved the coffee shop also. The architecture was lovely, both inside and out. Definitely worth a visit when going to Mexico City.

Scott Dombrowski 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: A moving museum that's far more expansive than it appears. It covers a broad array of human rights topics in interesting and engaging ways. The only downside for some tourists might be the lack of English information for many exhibits.

Adrian Carrera 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: This is a really good museum, come and learn about genocide, the entrance is kind of weird since you have to deal with many homeless guys (some of them are kind of crazy and don’t like foreigners...) but once you get in is an incredible place.

Mari Mogstad Eri 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Great museum! The best exhibit about the Holocaust that I have seen outside Europe. Very moving and informative. Furthermore the temporal LGBT+ exhibit is an absolute must. Fantastic! More information in English would have been nice though.

Taryn Kitchen 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Fascinating museum with a lot to learn. Very dynamic and thorough exhibitions about historic genocides and modern efforts against discrimination. We thought we'd only spend an hour or two there but ended up spending five! (the audio guide was very helpful if you don't speak Spanish because it translated the various videos)

Isa Alonso 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Beautiful museum, with a great exhibition, really nicely laid out with quality material and a truly insightful guided tour

Andy Martinez 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: If any museum in existence has a purpose, it's to educate anyone that walks it's halls. This one in particular emphasizes the importance of learning from past mistakes, how we let atrocities be carried even when they could have been prevented. There is also an exhibit highlighting the abuse against woman, allowing our youth to continue to grow with a poor education in regards to equality.

Amy Juarez 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Really great museum, I would go again if I have the chance

Genevieve H 7 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Wonderful museum with extremely well thought out exhibitions. Some sections have translations in other languages. One of the most comprehensive museums on the Holocaust, but also includes many other unfortunate events in history. Very thought provoking place. Beautiful restaurant area if you want to take a break.

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