7 museums in CDMX for a very romantic and different ‘date’

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Our city has a wide range of museums, these are the best that we recommend in CDMX to achieve a special appointment.

We think visiting a museum is a great date idea. It is quiet to be able to talk, and there are usually interesting things to see and comment on. Maybe you can even show off some of the things you learned in that art history class you took in college and one thing’s for sure, it’s going to be a very romantic and offbeat date.

Fortunately, CDMX has a wide range of incredible museums, these are the best museums that we recommend in the city for a special date.

Enjoy and share!

JUMEX MUSEUM

The Museo Jumex is dedicated to contemporary art and also operates as a laboratory for experimentation and innovation in the arts. Here you will find original exhibitions and public programs that change every season, to familiarize you with the concepts and contexts that are part of artistic production today. If you like photography, you will find a good opportunity to capture in every corner as its architecture is another of the highlights. In addition, it is one of the museums that has a nice café-restaurant run by Eno, so it is perfect for a date where you can have a drink and talk for a couple of hours after visiting any of the exhibitions. The Admission is free and they are open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 5 pm and on Saturdays until 7 pm.

ADDRESS: MIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA 303, GRANADA
TEL: 55 5395 2618
WEBSITE: FUNDACIONJUMEX.ORG
PHOTO: @MUSEOJUMEX
PHOTO: @MUSEOJUMEX

MUAC

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Ciudad Universitaria is a great option for dating south of the city. This space is also dedicated to contemporary art and is a benchmark for national and international visual culture, as well as one of the best museums globally. Its rooms house a collection of 1,800 works by more than 300 artists and 40 documentary collections, as well as interesting temporary exhibitions. After exploring each of its rooms, you can invite that special person to Nube Siete, its contemporary Mexican gastronomy café by chef Luis Emmanuel Gómez Toriz. It is perfect for breakfast, lunch or coffee; Its cozy atmosphere and its views of the landscape of the UNAM ecological reserve will make you enjoy it even more. General admission costs $40 pesos MXN and they open from Tuesday to Sundayfrom 11 am to 6 pm.

ADDRESS: AV. INSURGENTES SUR 3000, CU, COYOACÁN
TEL: 55 5622 6972
WEBSITE: MUAC.UNAM.MX
PHOTO: @ROCMX28
PHOTO: @MUAC_UNAM

MUSEUM OF THE PALACE OF FINE ARTS

Nothing more romantic than visiting together the first art museum in Mexico dedicated to exhibiting artistic objects for your contemplation. The Museum of the Palace of Fine Artslocated in the Historic Center of the city, it is a must for anyone, here you will permanently find 17 mural works by 7 national artists such as Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros, executed between 1928 and 1963, as well as recreational and digital activities, recitals and narrations to learn more about these works. In addition, its temporary exhibitions are very worthwhile, the most recent is ‘Only the wonderful is beautiful, Surrealism in dialogue’, a unique exhibition that brings together nearly 300 pieces, from the Boijmans Van Beuningen museum in Rotterdam – one of the most important collections of art from Europe and the world – and many others from national museums of more than 90 great authors of surrealism. It will be available until October 2, so hurry up. The entrance to the museum has a cost of$80 pesos MXN and opens from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.

ADDRESS: AV. JUÁREZ S/N, HISTORIC CENTER OF MEXICO CITY
TEL: 528 647 6500
WEBSITE: MUSEOPALACIODEBELLASARTES.GOB.MX
PHOTO: @MBELLASARTES
PHOTO: @MBELLASARTES

MUNAL

The  National Museum of Art is dedicated to the conservation and dissemination of works produced in Mexico between the second half of the 16th century and the first half of the 20th century, and is one of the unmissable stops in the heart of the CDMX  Historic Center. Its building boasts an eclectic architecture of neoclassical and Renaissance styles, and is distinguished by having a large statue of Carlos IV of Spain at its entrance. One thing is for sure, besides learning a lot about the history of Mexican art of this period and about its national and international exhibitions, you will be able to take a couple of photos together worthy of sharing on Instagram, the museum is one of the most important architectural works of the country from the beginning of the 20th century and for us, one of the most beautiful in the city. General admission costs $80 pesos MXN and is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm.

ADDRESS: TACUBA 8, HISTORIC CENTER OF MEXICO CITY
TEL: 55 8647 5430
WEBSITE: MUNAL.MX
PHOTO: @MUNALMX
PHOTO: @MUNALMX
PHOTO: @MUNALMX

NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM, CHAPULTEPEC CASTLE

The National Museum of History is an enclosure that keeps the memory of the history of Mexico, from the conquest of Tenochtitlan to the Mexican Revolution. Its 12 permanent exhibition halls show a diversity of representative objects from four centuries of Mexican history. As if this were not enough, it is located in the Chapultepec Castle, so you will be amazed to discover together the area known as Alcázar, in which the rooms of Maximiliano and Carlota and President Porfirio Díaz are recreated. If neither of you knows this museum yet, don’t hesitate to visit it.

ADDRESS: FIRST SECTION OF CHAPULTEPEC FOREST S/N
TEL: 55 4040 5214
WEBSITE: MNH.INAH.GOB.MX
PHOTO: @MUSEODEHISTORIA

TAMAYO MUSEUM

For more than 40 years, the Tamayo Museum has been dedicated to presenting the most significant national and international modern and contemporary art. Here you will find a program of temporary exhibitions, as well as a permanent collection that is constantly being updated to always offer something new to discover. General admission costs $80 pesos MXN and is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Tip: visit it on a weekend to have a romantic picnic in the Bosque de Chapultepec or take advantage of the Night of Museums (last Wednesday of each month) to continue the date with a drink in one of these romantic bars in the city.

ADDRESS: PASEO DE LA REFORMA 51, BOSQUE DE CHAPULTEPEC
TEL: 55 4122 8200
WEBSITE: MUSEOTAMAYO.ORG
PHOTO: @ENELTAMAYO
PHOTO: @ENELTAMAYO

MUSEO CASA DE LA BOLA

The Casa de la Bola is located in what was once the old Villa de San José de Tacubaya. This beautiful place preserves its colonial architectural characteristics, it has two floors, a central patio with staves and corridors supported by quarry columns that will undoubtedly create the perfect setting for a very romantic and different date. To get to know them it is necessary to make a prior reservation, there they will give you a guided tour.

ADDRESS: AV. PARQUE LIRA 136, TACUBAYA
TEL: 55 2614 0164
WEBSITE: MUSEOSHAGHENBECK.MX
PHOTO: @MANUELNEUNTE
PHOTO: @SEMINARIODECULTURAMX

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