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Location : 649 Mission St

Open Hours : Wednesday - Saturday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
Closed on Monday and Tuesday

Admission : Free

Founded in : 1975

The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, San Francisco Overview

A Mexican-American artist called Peter Rodriguez, initiated the foundation of The Mexican Museum in 1975. Formerly based in the Mission District, it was later transferred to the Fort Mason Centre and is currently in the process of founding yet another home at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Cultural District. The museum, formerly known as El Museo Mexicano, is a celebration of the Mexican art and culture, which also creates a safe space for fostering and acknowledging the Mexican-American artists. The museum has a diverse collection of Pre-Hispanic, Colonial, Latino, Mexican, and Chicano art along with contemporary multi-faceted art, modern Mexican art, surrealistic paintings and visual arts.

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