A selection of films with Jewish themes or settings will be screened at the Gran Museo del Mundo Maya as part of the XV International Festival of Jewish Cinema in Mexico.
Regular tours continue at this “elegant, authentic, fully and beautifully furnished Paseo Montejo mansion, with the original chandeliers, mirrors, antique furnishings, rugs, paintings, statues and sculptures, Limoge china and Chiristofle silverware.”
In time for International Women’s Day this Thursday, the Palacio Cantón Museum will inaugurate an sweeping exhibit, explaining eight centuries of progress, told from a female perspective.
Tours at the city’s most grand museum will be focused into various themes for a week.
The Chicxulub Crater Museum, which is about 60 percent done, will be completed in July, a state agency announced.
Palacio Cantón’s “Mexicas, Elegidos del Sol” presents through more than 100 Aztec relics, drawing comparisons to Mayan culture.
Museo Palacio Cantón inaugurates the temporary exhibtion “Mexicas, elegidos del Sol.”
El Palacio de la Música’s won’t really be complete until all its equipment is delivered and installed by March, but entertainment and educational programs are already being announced.
The British film “Dough,” billed in Spanish as “El ingrediente secreto,” is an official selection of the International Jewish Film Festival in Mexico, which is branching out to Mérida this year.
La Noche de Museo is a special night that allow visitors to see the Paseo de Montejo’s famous Montes Molina House Museum in a different light. That is, moonlight.