Ciudad de México is rich in traditions, solidarity, custom and culture; the latter is shown in every
corner which concentrates the multiculturalism of the Mexican society. The capital of the country
has one of the highest concentration of museums in the world, in relation to its inhabitants.
Among them, some of the more notable ones are:
- Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC): located south of Ciudad de Mexico,
its is a first-rate museum which exhibites contemporary artistic expressions.
- Museo Nacional de Antropología: it houses the archeological heritage of the peoples of
Central America and is one of the most relevant museums of the world.
- Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli: located in Coayacán, it houses the Pre-Columbian art
collection of the artista in an atmosphere that seeks for the essence of the Mexican.
- Museo de Arte Moderno (MAM): in this museum, located next to Paseo de la Reforma, there is
a collection of the masters of modern Mexican art, like Frida Kahlo, Siqueiros, José Clemente
- Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo: located in the south, it preserves the
memory of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.
- Museo Franz Mayer: it stages temporary design and photography exhibitions and is home to
the World Press Photo, beign also renowned for its huge collection of decorative art. It is
situated in the centre of the city.