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Museo del Periodismo y las Artes Graficas

Avenida Fray Antonio Alcalde 225 | Zona Centro, Guadalajara 44100, Mexico
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Small but interesting museum of Journalism in Mexico

Though this is not a particularly large museum it is worth a visit. There are exhibits about the... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2016
packedandready2go
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California
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Fascinating exhibits, views of the city and -- ghost stories!

A handsome historic one-time private home which now finds itself on a very busy city street -- but... read more

Reviewed 8 February 2015
Lucinda M
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25 Oct 2016
“Small but interesting museum of Journalism in Mexico”
8 Feb 2015
“Fascinating exhibits, views of the city and -- ghost stories!”
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Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

Though this is not a particularly large museum it is worth a visit. There are exhibits about the very first newspaper in Mexico (only 7 editions were published) and many examples of the early machines that were used to print newspapers.

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Reviewed 8 February 2015

A handsome historic one-time private home which now finds itself on a very busy city street -- but once inside you're in another world. The chronicle of journalism and broadcasting in Guadalajara on the first floor is definitely edifying, and there are pleasant views from...More

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Reviewed 20 July 2014 via mobile

If you are not interested in the process of printing, this place is not for you. I myself found it interesting because there are various machines from different periods of the printing era plus a complete tv news studio from the 70s which they are...More

Thank ColleenCo
Reviewed 17 April 2012

It is a good place to spend some time, learn about the history of news in Mexico. Great old building done in the neoclasical style. Ask around about the dogs on the roof. I wsa told about a ghost story about them by a relative,...More

Thank Mamatita
Reviewed 23 December 2011

Very close to the Santuario and the cathedral. I wandered in there one day when I was waiting on some paperwork at the nearby federal paperwork factory. Not that big of a deal, but if you're in the area with time to kill, it wouldn't...More

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alizbuk
Who was the original owner of the house that is now a museum and when was the house built? Thanking you in advance.
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