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Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin
(3.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Mexic-Arte is dedicated to cultural enrichment and education through the presentation and promotion of traditional contemporary Mexican, Latino and Latin American art and culture.

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  • We wandered by on congress street and stopped in. Unique art and a great gift shop. Free on Sundays! 
  • Relatively small collection of changing exhibits. The display of various "Day of the Dead" altars (including one for pets) was interesting. Good for an hour or so of exposure to styles you might not e...  more »
  • We were thrilled with this gem of a gallery. Latino focused, wonderful art and I learned some history too. Well worth the modest admission price. Great gift shop too. 
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  • Bellisimo museo de arte + lovely staff.
  • What a great museum! I highly recommend, only a $5 admission and free on Sundays! Great Mexi art!
  • I went here with kids from the school I worked at. They enjoyed the field trip. It is all about modern art, mostly Mexican of course. You park on the street. It is pretty small, you won't spend more than 45 mins in it.
  • A fun little museum. Great range of art. If you are into history of artist in Texas and Mexico, take the time, is a great spot.
  • Small, well-curated museum displaying the works of contemporary Mexican/Latin American artists. It's only $5, free on Sundays, and has a shop with fun unique items.