National Museum of Mexican Art

Row 1

1852 W 19th St
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 738-1503
Museum, Art Gallery, Gift Shop

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  • Join us on Saturday, July 14th at 11 am for our Bolero Chicago workshop! If you RSVP, you also get a chance to win 2 VIP tickets to a performance during this year's Chicago Dancing Festival!
  • NMMA has been a proud supporter of the LBGTQA community at large, hosting Queer Prom, and a wealth of other Community events, they also have amazing art exhibits, and are largely free!
  • One of the best museums in the city. If you're in town during the annual Dia de Los Muertos exhibit, you're in for a treat!
  • Check out the Dia de los Muertos exhibit!
  • Did you know the NMMA has programming for teens? Yollocalli Arts Reach offers FREE art classes for teens and young adults, check us out!
  • Love this gem of a museum!
  • Cool.
  • A free museum (with suggested donation). The art and artifacts cover a vast part of Mexican culture and history, including its relation to the US and the city of Chicago.
  • Free admission everyday but please do donate something into the donation collection boxes. Great Da de los Muertos exhibit in the fall/month leading up to the actual holiday.
  • A nice museum
  • Not huge but incredible display of work. There is a lot of passion and thought put into the exhibits and the pieces that are curated. Very emotional and eye opening.
  • Easy stroll to/from Damen stop on CTA Pink line. Wonderful lecture room with direct access to rest rooms. Something for everyone on your gift list at the gift shop.
  • Tienen un impacto social y cultural muy importante para los barrios latinos de esa rea, gracoas
  • Free admission and cool items at the gift shop
  • Los Angeles-based Trio Ellas travels to Chicago December 17th for a performance.
  • Great Dia de los Muertos festivities, with some authentic altars brought in from Mexico. Sugar skulls on sale in the gift shop too.
  • Great museum, friendly staff, and the best part about this museum is that it's FREE.
  • Incredibly beautiful and almost entirely community funded.
  • Viva Mexico!!
  • Awesome museum