Composed of 12,351 works, including prints, editions, and original print matrices, the collection of the National Museum of Prints is the repository of one of the most important holdings of graphic arts in Mexico. Its holdings permit a greater understanding of the path of an artistic tradition that has made Mexico an important center in the development of modern and contemporary graphics worldwide. It includes works by leading Mexican creators, men and women alike, who have practiced this artistic discipline and who have contributed to spotlighting the role of Mexican graphic arts to the history of world art.
Av. Hidalgo 39, Plaza de la Santa Veracruz Col. Centro Histórico, del. Cuauhtémoc
C.P. 06050, Ciudad de México
Tuesday to sunday, 10 am to 6 pm
Monday it is closed
It consults the schedules in bank holidays
General admission: MX$ 55.00 pesos
Sundays: free admission for all visitors
Arrival by subway: Line 2 - Bellas Artes and Hidalgo subway stations.
Arrival by metrobus: Line 4 - Bellas Artes and Hidalgo stations
(+52) (55) 8647 5220 Ext. 5443