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Mexico City: Memory and Tolerance Museum Entry Ticket37 Reviews
Visit the Memory and Tolerance Museum and learn about the Holocaust and other crimes against humanity through art installations and exhibits.
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- See the permanent exhibition dedicated to the Holocaust and Genocide
- Visit the museum’s 43 rooms and see more than 1,200 objects and documents
- Reflect on tolerance and be inspired by artwork that promotes societal change
- Admire the museum's many installations, including pieces by sculptor Jan Hendrix
DescriptionVisit the Memory and Tolerance Museum, a unique space in Mexico City and an international benchmark, with this entrance ticket. The museum's mission is to create awareness through historical memory, particularly of the Holocaust and other crimes against humanity such as the Armenian genocides, Rwanda, Guatemala, Cambodia, Darfur, and Yugoslavia, warning visitors about the danger of indifference, discrimination and violence. The museum seeks to promote tolerance, a culture of peace, respect for human rights, and social action. It also offers a historical and human experience through each of its 43 rooms of permanent exhibitions in which you can access more than 1,200 objects, documents, and audiovisual pieces. Your entry ticket includes an audioguide in Spanish and English. The permanent art installations and pieces include: • Lost Potential installation by Jan Hendrix • Lozano-Hemmer installation metronomes • The Wings of Peace, a sculptural and interactive work by Jorge Marin • YOU, a sculptural and interactive work by Rivelino • Cube, an installation by Jan Hendrix • Train wagon used in World War II for the transfer of prisoners • Non-Violence Project, a sculpture by Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd • Fragment of the Berlin Wall
IncludesEntry ticket Audioguide available in Spanish and English
- The permanent exhibitions are recommended for children older than 15 years old Children younger than 15 years old need to be accompanied by an adult