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This is a relatively new museum in Puebla, within a very modern building built and designed by a japanese architect, the forms and light enhance all the art inside this museum. It is the first museum I have seen that is specialized in baroque art...More
The International Museum of the is a museum of Baroque art designed by Japanese architect Toyoo Ito. The combination of cutting edge audio/visual and well curated objects really explains the Baroque period. The museum itself is another work of art that envelops the visitor. We...More
This museum should be your first--or maybe your last--stop in Puebla. The combination of cutting edge audio/visual and carefully chosen objects really explains the Baroque period. The museum itself is another work of art that envelops the visitor (check out the architectural exhibit in the...More
the exhibition set aside. The Barroque musueum building is beautiful. Inspired by a Japanese architect, It has beautiful lines and textures. Rolled rug seats and a great restaurant with a wonderful terrace to have a dink and watch the sunset . This new side of...More
The Museum has some excellent videos on Baroque origins and influences in art, music, theater and architecture. There is a mysterious order to the labyrinth of exhibit rooms. There are scads of uniformed monitors to make sure you dare not view out of order. Tne...More
This place is absolutely great!! Since arquitecture to its collections. Located in Angelopolis (new part of the city, 20 minutes away from downtown), taxi charges about $90-$100 MXP from downtown.
The visit is really woth it!!
We knew very little about the Baroque when we went to this museum. We left feeling like we had learned a ton in an engaging format. This museum is a must see for the architecture of the museum, the quality of the displays, the helpfulness...More
Once I saw in the news that the museum was open, I wonder to visit the city. Finally my dream came true this month. The avant-garde building structure contrasts with its insides, a historic legacy and a description of the content. You can walk thru...More
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This is a fairly new museum. It opened in 2016. It was designed by Pritzker Prize Toyo Itto and has become an instant landmark in the city, which combines the baroque and the modern side of art. Exhibits are good but, even... More
This is a fairly new museum. It opened in 2016. It was designed by Pritzker Prize Toyo Itto and has become an instant landmark in the city, which combines the baroque and the modern side of art. Exhibits are good but, even if they weren’t, the architecture in itself is worth the visit. A must.