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Exconvent of San Agustin, Baroque Cloister, most important in Aamerica. Inclusive Museum with accessiblility services. Guided tours, workshops, cultural events. One of the twentieth most important museums in Mexico, it ranks 15th place from 1123...more
Calle Ignacio Allende sur 14 | Centro Historico, Queretaro City 76000, Mexico
The museum of the arts is an architectural gem, the art on display varies and as always with art beauty is in the eye of the beholder... so no doubt you will find pieces that appeal and others that you wonder how they found their...More
No visit to Querétaro is complete without the Museo de Arte. The courtyard is breathtakingly beautiful as is the entire architecture of this building. What is more, they come up with interesting contemporary art worth seeing. When I went works by Pedro Meyer were on...More
I cannot remember breaking into a deep belly laugh in a museum, but I did here. The artist clearly had a twisted sense of humor. One painting showed some blurry figures in the fog. The translated title was Looking for the Chimera. There was also...More
It's an attractive building smackdab in the UNESCO centro, between two fantastic churches, and various gardens, really an exquisite location. But they need a rich benefactor to upgrade their permanent collection. It's worth a visit, but really hit or miss as to whether the non-permanent...More
I enjoyed the collection here of both modern and classic art. The courtyard was amazing as well. I spent an hour or two looking through the collection. Very convenient in the center in the middle of everything.
We popped here for a visit. Free entry. The building is worth a look even if you aren't bothered about the art. The japanese art made of threads was spectacular but the older paintings upstairs were not my taste. Follow the arrows around and explore....More
If I had paid I would have felt cheated. Interesting building but marginal art. It is worth going to take a look at the beautiful building. I imagine they change the exhibits so we may just have gotten one of the more boring ones. However,...More