Museum Of Memory And Tolerance

Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
  • Address: Plaza Juarez S / N, Centro, Cuauhtemoc, 06000 Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 52-5551305555
  • Ticket Price: 55 MXN
  • Tags: Museum, Family And Kids

Museum Of Memory And Tolerance - Review

Museum Of Memory And Tolerance - Museum in Mexico City, Mexico. This is possibly the most sobering museum in the world. Its various exhibits showcase the worst kinds of human rights violations in the world, those that were and those that continue to be. The Holocaust and Darfur are only a few of the genocides covered here. There’s an entire section on fighting prejudice building tolerance that encourages the visitor to come up with different ways to tackle the current human rights situations in the world. Deeply moving and disturbing, you might want to leave the kids behind for this one.

Museum Of Memory And Tolerance Information

  • There’s a number of convenient parking spots around.
  • There’s a wheelchair loan service.

How To reach Museum Of Memory And Tolerance by Public Transport

  • Hidalgo/ Juarez/ Bella artes Metro Station

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TripHobo Highlights for Museum Of Memory And Tolerance

  • Museum Of Memory And Tolerance Address: Plaza Juarez S / N, Centro, Cuauhtemoc, 06000 Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
  • Museum Of Memory And Tolerance Contact Number: 52-5551305555
  • Museum Of Memory And Tolerance Timing: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Museum Of Memory And Tolerance Price: 55 MXN
  • Best time to visit Museum Of Memory And Tolerance(preferred time): 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
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  • 95% of people who visit Mexico City include Museum Of Memory And Tolerance in their plan

  • 57.25% of people start their Museum Of Memory And Tolerance visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Museum Of Memory And Tolerance

Monday, Friday and Sunday

73.47% of people prefer walking in order to reach Museum Of Memory And Tolerance

People normally club together Metropolitan Cathedral and Zocalo while planning their visit to Museum Of Memory And Tolerance.

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Museum Of Memory And Tolerance, Mexico City Reviews

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  • 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.

  • 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......

  • 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! 🏳️‍🌈

  • 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.

  • Highly recommended, an awesome museum that will remind you of what has happened in the past (and what is still happening) so you raise awareness about the importance of tolerance, mutual understanding, empathy, and the like. Interesting, easy to digest, and they also have temporary exhibits too.

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