When it comes to Mexico City’s museums, most people have probably heard of the world-famous National Museum of Anthropology in Chapultepec Park and the Frida Kahlo Museum in Coyoacan. But how many know about the likes of the Antique Toy Museum, the Watercolor Museum, or the National Museum of Interventions?
The fact is that Mexico City claims to have more museums than any other city in the world — at least 150 according to some sources — and exploring them all could easily become a lifelong project. Over the years, I’ve visited as many of Mexico City’s museums as time has allowed, but I still have an awfully long way to go. Here is a slide-show of some of the museums that I’ve managed to poke my camera into so far.
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Mexico City Museums – Images by John Mitchell