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Museo Soumaya, Mexico City

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Step into the strikingly structured Museo Soumaya, a museum tracing 300 years of artistic history, including Mesoamerican sculpture, 20th-century Mexican work, as well as famous western works only viewable here, making up a collection of over 65,000 pieces. Admire paintings from such artists ad Dali and Van Gogh, sculpture by Rodin, and the buildings amazing architecture designed by Fernando Romero. Be aware there are no refreshments or snacks available, though there are some places to eat in the surrounding area, so plan accordingly for this. Add Museo Soumaya to your Mexico City travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Mexico City road trip site.
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  • An afternoon of culture in Mexico city. I went to the Soumaya museum where I would appreciate very nice and beautiful sculptures, specially the extensive collection of Rodin sculptures, paintings and....  more
    An afternoon of culture in Mexico city. I went to the Soumaya museum where I would appreciate very nice and beautiful sculptures, specially the extensive collection of Rodin sculptures, paintings and....  more »
  • This is a wonderful museum with an extensive collection of Rodin sculptures. There are many paintings and other art objects here. We spent at least 5 hours viewing everything. Recommendation... 
    This is a wonderful museum with an extensive collection of Rodin sculptures. There are many paintings and other art objects here. We spent at least 5 hours viewing everything. Recommendation...  more »
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  • Gorgeous building and space! Personally more into contemporary art, so didn’t particularly enjoy the art here, however the space itself is phenomenal and worth checking out. The curved walls as you walk to the upper levels are beautiful, and the top floor has a bright naturally lit room filled with sculptures.
  • The building itself has a very unique and modern design. There's no entrance fee but once you go in, you can't bring any liquid inside and if you are carrying a big bag then you must leave it at their storage area. The inside is massive. The collections are insanely huge from all around the world. I don't remember how many levels the building was, but it think it was seven floors high. The top floor had all the statues , more than a hundred I think. The building itself is next the mall.

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