Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo
Designed by veteran architect Teodoro González de León, the contemporary art museum's sloping, minimalist-style glass facade stands in...
Centro de Enseñanza Para Extranjeros
The national university offers six-week intensive classes, meeting for three hours daily from Monday through Friday. Students who...
Museo Universitario de Ciencias
A huge science museum offering fun-filled attractions for kids, such as a planetarium and permanent exhibits that explore biodiversity,...
Centro Cultural Universitario
Ensconced in the woodsy southern section of the national university campus, Centro Cultural Universitario comprises five theaters,...
Azul y Oro
Chef Ricardo Muñoz searches high and low in Mexico for traditional recipes and reinvents them to perfection. Fruits of his labor include...
Lonely Planet review
UNAM’s two cinemas screen films from its collection of over 35,000 titles, selected from an archive (founded in 1960) that has played a pivotal role, not only in Mexican but in international film culture. Among its activities, the Filmoteca actively seeks long-lost films for preservation. It has also played a vanguard role in international film culture, organizing the first Mexican film festival in Paris back in 1963. You can catch the Festival Cinematografíco de Verano (Summer Film Festival) between June and August.