Fodor's Expert Review Mexic-Arte Museum

Downtown with Sixth Street and Rainey Street Art Museum

Founded in 1984, this museum is a beguiling, moderate-size showcase devoted to traditional and contemporary Mexican and Latin American art. The permanent collection includes lithographs, prints, silkscreens, etchings, and traditional ritual masks. If you're in town for their popular annual Day of the Dead celebration, the Viva la Vida Fest (late October or early November), you're in for a treat. Admission is free on Sunday. 

Art Museum

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419 Congress Ave.
Austin, Texas  78701, USA


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Rate Includes: $7

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