GUIDELINES TO VISIT MUSEO JUMEX
We thank all our visitors for kindly observing our museum’s guidelines in order to ensure the safety of the artworks on display. Please follow the instructions of the security officers.
-It is strictly forbidden to touch the works.
-Please keep a distance of 1 m from the works.
-Do not lean on vitrines or walls.
-Photography with flash and video is not permitted.
-For conservation reasons, the quota in galleries is limited. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
-Access is not allowed with the following items: Food, beverages, chewing gum, backpacks, diapers, selfie-sticks, umbrellas, tripods, laptops, ipads, wrapped packages, sharp objects, flammable products and/or any type of object or package over 30 X 40 cm.
In case you carry any of these objects, they must be deposited in the checkroom.
The following actions are not allowed:
-Smoking, even on the terrace.
-Taking photo or video.
-Bringing pets; only service dogs are allowed.
Children of all ages are welcome at Museo Jumex; children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult who is responsible for their safety.
-Strollers are permitted only to carry babies or children.
-For your safety and the safety of the works it is mandatory to check backpacks and bags of more than 30 x 40 cm; complimentary bags will be available to carry your valuables with you.
-The checkroom is located in the basement, with self-service lockers that work with a $5.00 peso coin, which will be returned when you remove your belongings.
-No luggage, strollers or bicycles are allowed.
Museo Jumex is not responsible for forgotten, damaged or lost objects.
All entrances and public areas are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are allowed in galleries. In case you need one, the Museum has a limited number of wheelchairs at your disposal free of charge. Please request this service at the ticket office.
Visitors and staff have the right to be in the museum without being subjected to any kind of abuse, mistreatment or improper behavior. Museo Jumex reserves the right to remove from the premises anyone whose conduct places at risk the artworks, other visitors, or museum staff.