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🗣️ Museo Jumex: Meningen
It's a small museum compares to the one next door. There's significantly less people here. Admission is also free and there is a coffee shop at the front door which is a great place to rest after exploring the museum. The focus here is more of modern arts. If you're interested in Mexican and South American modern arts here is a great place to explore! Surprisingly I saw lots of artworks from Colombia and Venezuela.
There are a few exhibitions in this museum (free entry). To go up the elevators, you enter between the gift shop and the cafe. Several photography exhibitions are on display, and I liked the room with a video about tornadoes. Make sure to go on the balcony to get a nice view of Museo Soumaya and the square.
Depending on the show it's a great space. Not sure I like the neighborhood but that's not the museums fault.
outstanding space and great exhibits
Always check for the programs, they usually have great artists. And it has a great view of one of the most beautiful museums buildings in the world.
Amazing art selection. Too bad it is a little far out. Highly recommended.
Went to see the Swiss artist, Urs Fischer’s exhibit. There were a few pieces that were amazing and not to be missed. Don’t forget the exhibit on the ground floor. Very Instagram worthy. The museum had a nice but pricey cafe. Also you can see a great view of the Museo Soumaya.
It's free and air-conditioned.
I loved this museum. So much fun modern art in different mediums to keep you engaged, not just oil paintings on a wall. It’s free to enter, just 5 pesos for a locker for your bag. The only thing I didn’t like about the museum was the size. I finished looking at all the galleries in just over an hour and it left me wanting more! Be sure to stop at El Turix, a short walk away, for some excellent tacos when you visit.
Free museum with rotating exhibitions focused on modern and contemporary art. Located right next to green walkway that you can stroll down afterwards.
Loved this modern art museum. Beautiful little escape in this big city!
The architecture and photogenic aspect of this place is wonderful. They have free entrance, so go and see some interesting exhibits. Also is a very safe area to walk around.
Two museums are at this architecturally interesting complex. Worth a visit just to see the buildings
Great museum with free entrance. It is an architecturally attractive space and the minimal interior design and exhibit spacing make each piece pop. I was particularly fond of the Dieter Roth installation, Reykjavik Slides, which was a love story to the city. There was an almost eerie ambiance given by the slide projectors changing cards, sometimes alone, at times in sync with several others.
Some interesting exhibits and it's free
D’s near the museum it’s amazing you will find the best are in Mexico this museum has been made and build by the owner of who makes a big juice company in Mexico it has very good art and you will enjoy your walk among those great arts.
If you enjoy architecture and design then I highly recommend this museum! I got to see and learn about Lina Bo Bardi and James Turrell. The design and layout of the building made it fun and easy to walk through. I was fascinated by the installations throughout.
Love this place.. amazing building by Chopperfield. A Pierce of art. Always bringing queality exposition like the James Turrel
A fantastic art museum in the heart of Mexico City! We stopped in just to check it out and ended up spending a couple hours walking around, exploring the exhibits and really just taking in the architecture and many views to be had by walking around the second floor exterior.
Beautiful place and quite well organized. One thing to note is that they have a part with explicit (sexual) content at the third floor and even though they warn you about it there is nothing to cover the little one’s wandering eyes from seeing the five pieces that aren't really appropriate for them. Besides that? One of the best galleries I have seen!
Fantastic museum in CDMX, I loved the Koons Duchamp museum and its totally free on Sundays. Take that Moma!
Amazing! Absolutely do this with the guide because there is so much more to the art (of all visual forms) than the signage could ever describe. My guide (I think Michelle??) did a fantastic job explaining the pieces as well as reasoning behind the structuring of exhibits, and even a bit about the building itself. If you like art, this is a great site. Also was not crowded on a weekday morning and free for students and teachers. Cafe Eno inside is pricier but good quality pastries and food
Beautiful museum, There was a Koons exposition that was very well cured and the security people are wellntrauned and courteous
Absolutely fantastic museum. Breathtaking new interpretation of art and society. Wow. Not for traditional museum lovers!
Excellent art, presentation, and space. Curatorial wall texts are enlightening and in both Spanish and English. Tiny gift shop with packable souvenirs for the kids. Large enough to accommodate the crowds you will find here at all hours. A must-see.
Is one of the most amazing museum in Mexico City, this museum always have interesting exhibitions
The artists and artwork featured here are at a world class level. Highly recommended and doesn't take too long to see!
Great, current contemporary art exhibits. Properly curated and installed. A must see if you’re visiting or live in Cdmx
I went on a free entrance day but this museum is definitely worth paying for. I loved the exhibit on post colonial resistance art. And afterward, I ate a yummy lunch at the new Eno cafe.
IMO, a much better museum than its glittery neighbor. This building is a gem.
Very interesting museum but doing temporary exhibitions all the time so I guess it could depend... But our exhibition was very refreshing nice. the space is nice. It's just a bit complicated to get there without a taxi or walking 20 mins from the metro.
I love the Jumex museum because of the all the great exhibitions they hold here and that change frequently so you're never bored with what they have on display. I visited recently during the Andy Warhol special but you were not allowed to take any photographs of his works. Other than that the building is beautiful and kept in excellent conditions, it resembles the shape of a traditional factory with the jagged edges on the rooftop.
Great contemporary art museum with plenty of galleries. The gift shop offers some great gifts to buy. Great location in the nicest part of the city.