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From posts I receive on Facebook, I thought this museum would be larger in holdings, but it wasn’t. Of course, I loved their displays but was quite disappointed that none of the items were labeled in any way. Any information, date, author, location, would be...More
Beautiful textiles in a small space. You won't find English text on each piece but there is a wall that has general information in English. It was neat to learn about traditional Oaxacan embroidery. Our visit was free. There's a small gift shop connected with...More
There are not enough photos here so you must make the trip yourself when going to Oaxaca and south of town into the southern Sierra Madre mountains where there are more than one or to textile plantations and learning about thew organic colors from fruits,...More
This small museum has interesting exhibits that rotate. It is free and fun to visit. If you are looking for high quality textiles, the gift shop has some (with prices to match the quality). Well worth a visit.
If I had come with a small child, I might rate it higher, especially if my child took part in a hands-on demonstration.
The museum is pretty small but I did learn a couple things while in there.
If you have a child, you really...More
This small museum is dedicated to the beautiful handmade textiles of Oaxaca, both historical and contemporaneous. Definitely one of my favorite places to visit (and I'm a resident). The gift shop - like any other - is very expensive. You will find some unique and...More