National Museum of Mexican Art


Image removed.

Frida K Mural
Pilsen fruit

A quick walk west of The 78 you find Pilsen — a vibrant neighborhood of rich Latinx culture and tradition — beautifully decorated with murals and street art, corner after corner.   

Explore the Museum of National Mexican Art, Thalia Hall, corner stores, small coffee shops, designer boutiques, charming night spots, the best dive bars and authentic neighborhood restaurants.

Thalia Hall
row of tacos

Pilsen’s cutting-edge and colorful culture inspired Forbes to name it one of the Twelve Coolest Neighborhoods on the Planet.

Be Sure to Check Out

Thalia Hall

This 19th-century opera house is now a city landmark hosting concerts and other public events, not to mention a beer-forward restaurant.

Visit Thalia Hall.

Find it at 1807 S Allport Street.


Those who know come to this 2018 Michelin Bib Gourmand choice for Vietnamese urban street food and modern cocktails.

Visit Haisous.

Find it at 1800 S Carpenter Street.

National Museum of Mexican Art

10,000-piece permanent collection takes visitors on a 3,000-year spin through the culture of our neighbors to the south.

Visit National Museum of Mexican Art.

Find it at 1852 W 19th Street.