Tulio Triviño and Juan Carlos Bodoque are already at the Franz Mayer: the Museo 31 exhibition opens – El Heraldo de Chihuahua

The wait is over, from this twenty of June the puppets of 31 minutescommanded by Tulio Triviño and Juan Carlos Bodoque, arrive at the Museum Franz Mayer From Mexico City.

The exhibition Museum 31, that in Chile broke a record by receiving 135 thousand peoplecan be seen by Mexican fans Until the 29th of September.

If you’re a fan of 31 Minutes, this is your chance to dissect the entire history of this famous program.

In the exhibition you can see puppets, models, behind the scenes of the episodes and microdocumentaries about the curiosities and anecdotes of the show.

There are 18 years that unite 31 minutes with their Mexican followersit was in 2006 when the episodes of the television program began to be broadcast, which now comes to the museum thanks to the collaboration between the FUndación Internacional theater a Mil y Aplapac.

The exhibition is divided into 18 chaptersin which it is shared how the program originatedthe recreation of the prop and puppet workshops, Tulio Triviño’s set and materials that have been used in the concerts.

Furthermore, for the only occasion Tulio will share the objects he collects through the “Beautiful and unknown gallery”.

But this museum experience is not limited to walking through the rooms of the place, There will be guided tours, conferences, special visits and workshops for audiences of all ages.. If you want to take part in an activity, check the museum’s website.

How much does the 31 minute exhibition cost?

The cost for MUSEUM 31 It is 90 pesos for minors from 7 to 17 years oldof 180 pesos for those over 18 years old, and admission is free for children under 6 years old.

Tickets are available through the official website of the Franz Mayer Museum.

How to get to the museum?

The Franz Mayer Museum is located in the heart of Mexico City, so we recommend that you take your precautions for your visit. It is located at Avenida Hidalgo 45 in the Historic Center of the City.

To get there by public transportation, the museum is located near line 2 of the city metro, you can walk there from the Bellas Artes and Hidalgo stations.

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