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Tijuana

To fully understand this complicated, diverse and exciting city, it’s a good idea to visit the “Muhti”, located in the Palacio de la Cultura (Palace of Culture), a historic building in the city.

The museum has a permanent exhibition distributed in five rooms dedicated to natural history, social and political history, urban growth and development, cultural history and the economic history of the city.

Those looking for something less formal and more fun may decide to visit some of the most original museums in the city, such as the Museo de la Lucha Libre (Wrestling Museum) or the Museo del Coleccionista (Collector’s Museum).

The second most popular sport in the country after soccer needed a place to remember its greatest legends and display valuable historical pieces.

The Museo de la Lucha Libre Mexicana, also known as Mullme, was an initiative of the collector Mauricio Limón, a great fan of this sport. It has more than 6,800 pieces of all kinds: masks, original scalps, photos, comics, costumes, trophies, magazines, belts, the reproduction of a dressing room, explanations about the different types of shots and even a ring. Of course, there is no lack of tributes to El Santo and Blue Demon.

For its part, the Museo del Coleccionista also called Mucoti offers a nostalgic and eclectic mix of collections of products from major brands, packaging, toys, magazines and more.

Un grupo de coleccionista, preocupados por lo que podría pasar con sus colecciones cuando ya no estuvieran, tomaron la decisión de compartirlas con el resto del mundo y exhibirlas en un museo que por fin abrió sus puertas en 2017, tras diez años de haber empezado a soñar con la posibilidad. Con más de 6,800 tesoros llenos de historia y añoranzas, sin lugar a duda, es un espacio que hay que conocer.

A group of collectors, concerned about what could happen to their collections when they were gone, made the decision to share them with the rest of the world and display them in a museum that finally opened its doors in 2017, after ten years of having even starting dreaming of the possibility. With more than 6,800 treasures full of history and nostalgia, there is no doubt that this is a space that must be visited.

To fully understand this complicated, diverse and exciting city, it’s a good idea to visit the “Muhti”, located in the Palacio de la Cultura (Palace of Culture), a historic building in the city.

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The museum has a permanent exhibition distributed in five rooms dedicated to natural history, social and political history, urban growth and development, cultural history and the economic history of the city.

Those looking for something less formal and more fun may decide to visit some of the most original museums in the city, such as the Museo de la Lucha Libre (Wrestling Museum) or the Museo del Coleccionista (Collector’s Museum).

The second most popular sport in the country after soccer needed a place to remember its greatest legends and display valuable historical pieces.

The Museo de la Lucha Libre Mexicana, also known as Mullme, was an initiative of the collector Mauricio Limón, a great fan of this sport. It has more than 6,800 pieces of all kinds: masks, original scalps, photos, comics, costumes, trophies, magazines, belts, the reproduction of a dressing room, explanations about the different types of shots and even a ring. Of course, there is no lack of tributes to El Santo and Blue Demon.

For its part, the Museo del Coleccionista also called Mucoti offers a nostalgic and eclectic mix of collections of products from major brands, packaging, toys, magazines and more.

Un grupo de coleccionista, preocupados por lo que podría pasar con sus colecciones cuando ya no estuvieran, tomaron la decisión de compartirlas con el resto del mundo y exhibirlas en un museo que por fin abrió sus puertas en 2017, tras diez años de haber empezado a soñar con la posibilidad. Con más de 6,800 tesoros llenos de historia y añoranzas, sin lugar a duda, es un espacio que hay que conocer.

A group of collectors, concerned about what could happen to their collections when they were gone, made the decision to share them with the rest of the world and display them in a museum that finally opened its doors in 2017, after ten years of having even starting dreaming of the possibility. With more than 6,800 treasures full of history and nostalgia, there is no doubt that this is a space that must be visited.

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