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MODO - Museo del Objeto del Objeto

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Address: Colima 145 | La Roma, Mexico City 06700, Mexico
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5533 96 37
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A Quirky and Fascinating House Museum

We visited this museum in October 2016, when it was holding an exhibition entitled "Del plato a la boca" -- from the plate to the mouth. It focused on the Mexican middle class... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2016
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Reviewed 6 December 2016

We visited this museum in October 2016, when it was holding an exhibition entitled "Del plato a la boca" -- from the plate to the mouth. It focused on the Mexican middle class kitchen of the 20th century, with examples of every possible kitchen appliance, utensil, and implement you could think of. All were wonderfully displayed.

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Reviewed 17 November 2016

Museo del Objeto del Objeto is a small museum that use to place together with a different theme several kind of collections. Personal objects that persons had obtained little by little but that are not so common , so when you see an exhibit you find it very interesting , objects linked to an idea that makes enjoyable de visit.... More 

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Reviewed 25 April 2015 via mobile

You never know what you will find here but always interesting. This week, Japanese design. Next month - who knows?

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Reviewed 23 February 2015

Housed in a 1906 building that’s one of only 8 protected Art Nouveau buildings in DF (in elegant Condesa neighborhood, easy to get to), it used to be the founder's home. He is a manic collector, and the musuem grew out of his passion for objects (hence the name). It's a sophisticated exhibition program, and now they are bringing in... More 

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Known for its constant cultural and gastronomic developments, Roma, is a beautiful neighborhood that was once the place for poets such as Kerouac and Ginsberg to call home. Galleries, museums and even private residences are on beautiful display when walking through Colima street to do some necessary shopping or when going to the classic Cine Tonalá to enjoy a delicious dinner and a great film. Top notch cafés, gourmet restaurants and food markets all around will surely catch your senses by surprise.
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