• Museo Internacional del Barroco International Museum of the Baroque

Address

    Blvd. Atlixcáyotl No. 2501, Col. Reserva Territorial Atlixcáyotl, Puebla, Pue. Address Blvd. Atlixcáyotl No. 2501, Reserva Territorial Colony Atlixcáyotl, Puebla, Pue.

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Prices

  • $80.00 General admission
  • $ 40 under 12 years old, students, teachers and INAPAM with credentials, people with disabilities
  • Free admission on Wednesdays
  • $ 200.00 Guided tour
  • $ 30.00 audioguide

Website

http://mib.puebla.gob.mx/

Contact

(222) 326 7130

Social networks

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The International Baroque Museum (Museo Internacional del Barroco, MIB) is a building designed by the eminent Japanese architect Toyo Ito (2013 Prizker Prize), which houses outstanding expressions of the vast artistic and cultural heritage of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, one of the most prolific eras of the history of humanity.

The venue captures the multicultural sensibility that linked Mexico, and especially Puebla, with the most advanced manifestations of the visual arts, music, literature and science, in a period of universal expansion of trade and political structures.
Additionally, the Museum captures the contemporary neo-baroque sensibility, as it reappears in the media, fashion and other social activities.

Permanent Exhibition Halls

In the MIB you can find an integral perspective on the Baroque, the diverse
manifestations of it and its main characteristics.

Theatrum Mundi
Puebla de los Angeles
The Baroque Sentiment: Architecture
The new Order of the Times: Painting and Sculpture
The Allegories of Knowledge: Letters and Sciences
Delight and Shake: Theater, Clothing and Decorative Arts
Artifices of the Ear: Music and Dance

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The venue captures the multicultural sensibility that linked Mexico, and especially Puebla, with the most advanced manifestations of the visual arts, music, literature and science, in a period of universal expansion of trade and political structures.
Additionally, the Museum captures the contemporary neo-baroque sensibility, as it reappears in the media, fashion and other social activities.

Permanent Exhibition Halls

In the MIB you can find an integral perspective on the Baroque, the diverse
manifestations of it and its main characteristics.

Theatrum Mundi
Puebla de los Angeles
The Baroque Sentiment: Architecture
The new Order of the Times: Painting and Sculpture
The Allegories of Knowledge: Letters and Sciences
Delight and Shake: Theater, Clothing and Decorative Arts
Artifices of the Ear: Music and Dance

Address

    Blvd. Atlixcáyotl No. 2501, Col. Reserva Territorial Atlixcáyotl, Puebla, Pue. Address Blvd. Atlixcáyotl No. 2501, Reserva Territorial Colony Atlixcáyotl, Puebla, Pue.

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Prices

  • $80.00 General admission
  • $ 40 under 12 years old, students, teachers and INAPAM with credentials, people with disabilities
  • Free admission on Wednesdays
  • $ 200.00 Guided tour
  • $ 30.00 audioguide

Website

http://mib.puebla.gob.mx/

Contact

(222) 326 7130

Social networks

Accessible place

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