September 22 – January 7, 2024
In the main gallery, 40 Years of Día de Los Muertos includes artworks from the permanent collection inspired by icons of Día de los Muertos, including ofrendas like those seen in Mexico, and two-dimensional and three-dimensional artworks, with artwork by José Guadalupe Posada.
Mexic-Arte Museum is on the corner of 5th St. and Congress Ave. at
419 Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78701
|Monday–Thursday||10 AM – 6 PM|
|Friday & Saturday||10 AM – 5 PM|
|Sunday||Noon – 5 PM|
|Monday–Thursday||9 AM – 6 PM|
|Friday||9 AM – 5 PM|
Offices & Store Closed
New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas
Sundays are free for everyone
|Active Military & Veterans||$4|
|Ages 12 & under||$1|
Tickets can only be purchased in-person at the Museum Store desk. No online ticket purchasing. Food, drinks, and backpacks are prohibited within the museum galleries.
Street parking is available along 5th St., Congress Ave., and the surrounding blocks at $2.40 per hour.
Monday – Tuesday 8 AM – 6 PM
There are several spots of accessible parking spaces near the front of the Museum on South Congress. Mexic-Arte is always happy to help facilitate your visit; please call (512) 480-9373 for assistance or email
The Frost Bank Tower also provides $10 parking for visitors after 5:00 pm and on weekends. Frost Bank Parking Garage Entrance 1112 E. 4th St. Austin, TX 787
Bus routes 801 and 803 stop close by the Museum, and the Downtown MetroRail station is five blocks east.
There are several spots to unload school buses near the Museum, but the safest route is on 5th Street near the murals.
Guided tours of Mexic–Arte Museum exhibitions provide students and adults with a unique cultural experience. Tours are an engaging way to expose all age groups to current exhibitions and a fun opportunity to learn about traditional and contemporary Mexican, Latinx, and Chicanx art from MAM’s knowledgeable staff. Tours are customized to focus on current exhibitions and can be tailored to focus on K-12 education, the community, or specific collections; tours in English and Spanish are available for museum guests. Below are downloadable Gallery Guides from recent exhibitions.
All current programs and education lessons are readily available online in a digital format. The Museum adheres to strict Covid-19 health protocols in person. Digital programs are accessible through mobile and additional internet connected devices. Because of their internet based accessibility, any screen reader or accessibility browser extension already in use by a visually impaired person would be able to aid in bridging that gap. Additional accommodations are available upon request, including bilingual tours and associates.