Ripley Museum Mexico City

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Ripley Museum Mexico City

The Ripley Museum (Spanish: Museo de Ripley) exhibits one of the largest collections of rare and unusual objects discovered by American collector and cartoonist Robert L. Ripley. The museum is located in a building that resembles a medieval castle. It has 14 exhibits with all sorts of strange objects and characters such as a wax replica of the world’s tallest man, a copy of Mona Lisa made with 42 slices of toast, mirror maze, rotating tunnel and other extraordinary things, which will make your child scratch his/her head and ask you many “whys” and “whats.”

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Calle Londres 4, Juárez, Mexico City, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico
06600 Mexico City, Mexico
01 55 5546 7670

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