Museum Of Memory And ToleranceCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Plaza Juarez S / N, Centro, Cuauhtemoc, 06000 Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
- 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
Restaurants Near Museum Of Memory And Tolerance
- Malibu Pizza
- La Texcocana
- Tortas Robles
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95% of people who visit Mexico City include Museum Of Memory And Tolerance in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
49.33% 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
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Museum Of Memory And Tolerance, Mexico City Reviews
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.
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.
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!!
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.
After we bought tickets we were told that no audio guides were available and we couldn't get a refund to come back another time. Without being able to read the text you end up just looking at distressing images with no context. In addition the museum focuses on genocide but mentions nothing of the genocide in the Americas, both north and south.