You'll find the National Museum of Mexican Art in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago, nestled in Harrison Park, a community gathering place.
Visit us in Pilsen
Pilsen has been home to the National Museum of Mexican Art since it opened its doors in 1987. Today you will find a vast selection of taquerias, restaurants, bakeries, snack shops, and places to grab a drink throughout the neighborhood. We encourage our visitors to explore Pilsen and support our neighboring local businesses when visiting the museum. While walking through the neighborhood, you'll also find some of the most vibrant public artworks in the city, highlighting the cultural integrity and artistic talent that Pilsen has been known for dating back to the 1970s.