Indigenous Museum. Former Customs of Peralvillo



REVIEW

The Indigenous Museum of the National Institute for the Indigenous Peoples (INPI, for its initials in Spanish) is a space for the convergence and spreading of the cultural diversity of the indigenous peoples of Mexico, which enables the promotion of inter-cultural dialogue and favors the appraisal of the nation’s native cultures. It is a precinct where the presence of the indigenous peoples is vital for the activities it develops.

The museum, located in Mexico City, has the objective of contributing to the preservation, encouragement, and promotion of Mexico’s indigenous cultural heritage. In order to do so, it offers semi-permanent exhibitions and organizes workshops, music and dance events, gastronomic events, and other activities that enable the audience to broaden their interactions with the contemporary indigenous peoples and their cultural heritage.

ADDRESS

Av. Paseo de la Reforma 707, Col. Morelos, C.P. 6200, México, Ciudad de México

OPENNING HOURS

From Monday to Sunday, 10:00 - 18:00 hrs.

PRICES

Entrada libre.

SERVICIOS

Guide visits | Workshops | Lavatories | Checkroom | Expositions | Concerts | Auditorium

CONTACT

René López Bedolla
Tel. (01) (55) 5529 4699, (55) 9183 2100, ext. 8105
rlopezb@inpi.gob.mx

ACTIVITIES OF THIS PRECINCT

Storyteller

July 29 to August 05 2019

Let’s Play!

July 22 to 28 2019

Patron Saints’ Festivities

July 04 to 27 2019

Indigenous Echoes

February 19 2015 to December 31 2020