What to do on the weekend in CDMX


With the epidemiological traffic light in yellow, the museums have opened their doors, presenting incredible exhibitions where you can live unforgettable moments. Discover them!

Little by little, they have been able to resume activities and the cultural life of CDMX is no exception. Do not miss the exhibitions that are presented this June and live unique experiences in them. 


Fantasy Lab presents Dreams, an exhibition that through technology, is responsible for creating scenarios that will make your imagination fly in a surreal world. This place is divided into 8 scenarios: delirium, lighting, kaleidoscope, nightmare, circus, labyrinth, and stars. The best: you can live your dreams while awake. 

Van Gogh Alive

The most visited multimedia exhibition in the world announced that it would stay one more month in Mexico City. Van Gogh Alive takes you into the world of the painter with more than 3,000 images that stretch from wall to wall, some details of the exhibition have been altered so that they move and create an even more entertaining experience.

Van Gogh Alive
Photo: Van Gogh Alive Mexico

Star wars

Since its inception in the 70s, the Star Wars saga has been a success; This time, the Mexican artist Erik Rivera has created an exhibition that seeks to pay tribute to characters from the film, with baroque and popular art trends. A work that fans of the saga cannot miss.

Chart the world 

Go around the world at the Franz Mayer Museum. This exhibition is made up of 66 objects from the 16th to the 19th centuries, presenting a selection of maps, globes, compasses, clocks, and other instruments that will invite you to learn more about cartographic science.

Monet Experience and the Impressionists 

The multisensory exhibition of the French painter returns to Mexico City. The tour has more than 500 images divided into four rooms, all designed so that viewers can feel inside the painter’s works.

If you don’t have plans for the weekend yet, these exhibitions could be a great option.

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