Museo Nacional de San Carlos

Interesting
European paintings have pride of place at the Museo Nacional de San Carlos, housed in a Neoclassical building built between 1798 and 1805 by Manuel Tolsá. Paintings by Zurbarán (Cena de Emaús), Goya and Ingres (the Infant St John the Baptist) punctuate the collections, covering 500 years of painting from the 15C to the early 20C. Temporary exhibitions.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Puente de Alvarado 50

Phone:

+52 55 5566 8085

Price:

32 mxn (-13 years old free of charge)

Opening hours

10am-6pm - closed Mon - free admittance every Sun

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