Museo de la Caricatura, Mexico City
(3.9/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Inside is a nice gallery of Mexico which encloses the courtyard seems to be decorated. I think it's nice, cute little tables and chairs to rest.
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  • I stumbled across this museum which is in easy walking distance of the Zocalo and very close to Hotel Catedral. There are displays of caricatures re Mexico's history, politics, sports stars, etc. Wast...  more »
  • Located in a House with great history, it gives an understanding of the origins of the caricature in Mexico. They have workshops and there are cartoonists who can make you a caricature. I attended super well Mr. Luis Xavier Saenz. Entrance accessible $20.00. Buy with them 2 numbers of Memin Pinguin
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  • A very cool art museum showing some points of view not normally on display. Just a few moments walk away from the Zocalo.
  • For People Who like cartoons they should see the Work of Paul Conrad. And Michael Ramirez. But be aware that most of their work are political Cartoons and they can be offensive to some people. Because we have freedom of speech.
  • Great Art Museum with lots of collection
  • Buen museo y ha mejorado en su cafetería.
  • cute but very small displays change them very little and super employees in the slow and rude
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