Interactive Museum of Economics, Mexico City

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  • The museum illustrates in a practical and interactive way the fundamental concepts of Economics. From supply and demand through macroeconomic cycles to financial markets. It's aimed at kids, but we re...  more »
  • Mexico City has so many museums, such an embarrassment of choices, that this one may not be your first choice, It certainly wasn't mine. But when afforded the chance to enter, I took advantage of it, ...  more »
  • There is an exhibition about recycling, about the timeline of the Mexican pesos and about detecting counterfeit pesos other than very detailed explanations of economics. There is so much art put into ...  more »
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  • The museum has a great presentation with the most notable part being climate change and promoting sustainable growth for our planet. The museum is ideal for kids, a sort of field trip. They can definitely do better as far as the darker sides of capitalism, really making an effort to educate yourself about what can happen if you don't handle your finances well. It might as well be one giant commercial for banks and loans.
  • Good museum that makes what could be a very dry subject into a good learning experience, though it can be very busy and the exhibits are in no particular order or sequence (designed for millennial, I guess).
  • Interesting and interactive place with easy explanations about money, services and business. It also has short didactic courses with extra cost.
  • Best place to learn about economics
  • Basic knowledge of economics.