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Museo Soumaya

Blvd Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303 | Col Ampliacion Granada, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City 11529, Mexico
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Contemporary Architecture Tour in Mexico City Including Soumaya Museum
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This museum explores the role of art and culture in human life and includes art by such luminaries as the French sculptor Rodin.
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Blvd Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303 | Col Ampliacion Granada, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City 11529, Mexico
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Reviewed yesterday

You should go to this museum even if only for the architecture: it is an amazing building on the outside and has an interesting design on the inside as well, you walk around, up and up. The building is filled with a large, interesting collection...More

Thank Esther d
Reviewed yesterday

A must see in Mexico City. Fabulous collection, modern architecture that really works. Take the elevator to the top and walk the spirals down. Rodin collection must be the largest ever in one spot. Carlos Slim really loves Mexico, see his collection and comparisons to...More

Thank Carol Ann M
Reviewed 1 week ago

I came back because I passed one floor of the exhibition in this architectural highlight in cdmx. It was the part with the Asian exhibitions. I have never seen so much Ivory carvings in my life. The designs were all very filigree with incredible details....More

Thank Ralf K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Seeing the building itself is worth it, and winding through the museum there's some amazing pieces. Also, since the exhibits are different, it caters to different tastes. It's not on the scale of a huge museum but it's a great way to spend an afternoon,...More

Thank ABee_NYC
Reviewed 1 week ago

This building is one the most intriguing in Mexico City. Best viewed during the day time and early to avoid the long lines.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I enjoyed the architecture of this building as much as the collection of art and historical stuff in it. Start from the top floor and walk your way down to the ground floor.

Thank Bora E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Free entry. Free wifi. Decorated toilets. Top floor has amazing sculptures by world renowned sculptors. It has a good collection of paintings as well on the fifth floor. Also this floor is a Venice special. Second floor has ivory art. UNFORTUNATE THAT A MUSEUM STILL...More

Thank sljforever
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is an incredible building and they have extremely cool exhibitions with lots of information. I did find that the gift store items looked a bit cheap and not really worth your time, but other than that, I completely recommend to pay it a visit....More

Thank natsm19
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

No doubt a great gift to the people, but it could be done better with the given arts they owned. Explanation is only in Spanish, no guided tour (at least when we were there). Providing an audio guide for the highlight would be a great...More

Thank simpangratis
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

By coincidence I went on Sunday and was free the entrance is a beautiful museum you must see if you visit Mexico City. I highly recommend

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Poshness defines Polanco, this wealthy neighborhood
retains elegance unmatched elsewhere in Distrito
Federal. Brunch in the Polanquito area, then keep up
with the latest fashion trends in luxury boutiques
around every corner. Top it off with beautiful cafés
and restaurants that surround Lincoln Park, a treat to
the senses thanks to the art decó architecture and
high quality gourmet cuisine found here.
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Kayla A
12 December 2016|
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Response from MPWharton | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest either Taxi's or walking when your are in Mexico City. The best way to get around the city is by using Uber, but you need to be aware that Uber drivers face problems from other taxi companies in Mexico City.
8 November 2016|
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Response from 323PAULH | Reviewed this property |
We used Uber everywhere. So cheap and reliable!
Pat T
10 February 2015|
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Response from John A | Reviewed this property |
I know they had the Sophia Loren exhibit when I was there in December, and I believe it is still there. Might check their website, though.