Franz Mayer Museum

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5 expert recommendations



Housed in the 16th-century Hospital de San Juan de Dios, this museum exhibits thousands of works collected by Franz Mayer, which he left to the Mexican people. Full review →


Frommer's 34

Heaven for lovers of antiques, this collection of decorative furniture, rugs, paintings, ceramics, and silverware was the life's work of German immigrant Franz Mayer. Full review →

Among the masterworks are... nearly 1000 copies of the book Don Quixote

Lonely Planet

Occupies the old hospice of the San Juan de Dios order. Full review →

The exhibit halls open onto a sumptuous colonial patio, where you can grab a bite

Michelin Guide 53

This museum bears the name of Franz Mayer, a rich collector born in Germany who acquired top-quality works of Mexican decorative art including textiles, silver, furniture and ceramics. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

The 18th-century museum houses an excellent decorative-arts collection. Full review →

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