Chicago’s Mexican Art Museum

In recent weeks I’ve gotten to check out some of the more interesting sights of Chicago. I’ll be presenting them in a 3-part series. The first part is the Mexican art museum.

This is a free museum in Pilsen, a neighborhood I was considering moving to. I really enjoyed the colorful Mexican art.

They had some characters in scary masks and clothing.

They had a handful of artifacts.

The gift shop had a number of masks for sale.

Coming soon: Posts on the Museum of Science & Industry and various other sights from around town.

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2 Responses to Chicago’s Mexican Art Museum

  1. […] week I wrote about the Mexican Art Museum. Now it’s time to report on the Museum of Science and Industry. This was a really huge museum […]

  2. […] series of posts about Chicago’s local attractions. So far I’ve written about the Mexican Art Museum and the Museum of Science & […]

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