Although the museum itself is not very impressive, the building is. Mexico has had for many decades after its revolution this wonderful idea of transforming ancient convents and monasteries in museums. Mexico City is full of them, well maintained, beautiful places to walk and wonder around with great tranquility. The Museo Nacional de las Intervenciones is one of such places, so well located in Coyoacan, that the whole neighborhood is an extension of it, with many other places to visit. Like any other museum in Mexico, Sundays are free, which is something many other museums in the world should learn.
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