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Ruth Lechuga Museum and Home

Calle Pachuca 2a, Mexico City 06140, Mexico
5553-5538
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Doesn't exist anymore!

As the Italian TripAdvisor member mentioned: The house was put up for auction . The collection has... read more

Reviewed 31 March 2016
TerryGJ001
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Mexico City, Mexico
A folk art lover's dream

This is a truly remarkable collection (about 10000 pieces) of the folk art of all over Mexico and... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2001
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This home has been converted into a museum and features Lechuga's 8,000-piece collection of local arts and crafts.
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30 Mar 2016
“Doesn't exist anymore!”
16 Jul 2001
“A folk art lover's dream”
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Calle Pachuca 2a, Mexico City 06140, Mexico
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Reviewed 31 March 2016

As the Italian TripAdvisor member mentioned: The house was put up for auction . The collection has been entrusted to Franz Meyer Museum near Bellas Artes that restored it and cataloged it . Part of the collection is currently on view at the exhibition "...More

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Reviewed 17 July 2001

This is a truly remarkable collection (about 10000 pieces) of the folk art of all over Mexico and the owner, Ruth Lechuga, can tell you about every piece. Masks are grouped by origin and adorn many walls. In one room, cabinets full of textiles line...More

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