Mexican Museum of Design


  • CATEGORY: Museums
  • PHONES: Tel. 01 (55) 5510 8609

REVIEW

The foremost objective of the creation of the first Mexican Museum of Design (Mumedi) is to support and promote the work of national and international designers through the Mumedi Foundation. This space exhibits the history of design in our country.

The house that harbors the museum was property of the Count of Our Lady of Guadalupe of Peñasco, Don Francisco Mora y Luna, Colonel of Dragons of the Provincial Militias (1719-1788), and his wife, Countess Ildefonsa Pérez Calderón. Built over the palace of the Spanish conqueror Hernán Cortés, Marquis of the Valley of Oaxaca, its foundations are part of the pyramid of the huehue Aztec Emperor Moctezuma Ilhuicamina (1440-1469). Its present façade was designed in the late 18th century by a disciple of the Architect Manuel Tolsá.

ADDRESS

Francisco I. Madero 74, Col. Centro (Área 1), Cuauhtémoc, C.P. 6000, México, Ciudad de México

OPENNING HOURS

From Tuesday to Saturday, 08:30 - 21:00 hrs.

PRICES

$25

SERVICIOS

Store | Bookstore | Café

CONTACT

Tel. Tel. 01 (55) 5510 8609
info@mumedi.org

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