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Are there explanations of the art in English or just Spanish?

over a year ago Answer

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Explanations should be in both languages.

If someone is missing, you can always ask for the Manager incharge to have the matter solved.

over a year ago
Dallas, Texas
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You'll find explanations in English. The exhibition is interesting but somewhat redundant. If you're drawn to art itself- don't worry about the languages.

over a year ago
Worcester, Massachusetts
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I can't remember if explanations were in English but you don't need explanations to enjoy their art.

Wonderful place to visit and don't miss it. As I was walking over there looking for the number I walked too far because the museum is located in an area that has a driveway leading to it. It was easy to walk back to it but thought I would save you the extra walk.

over a year ago
Houston, Texas
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I am sorry I do not remember as I am bilingual but the art is worth seeing. It's fun, colorful , varied and whimsical! Start at the top floor and work your way down.

over a year ago
Nanticoke, Maryland Usa
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Some things are in both Spanish and English. Other areas are only in Spanish. The objects on display transcend the written word. You really don't have to worry about the language. The art speaks for itself.

over a year ago
Ajijic, Mexico
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Most of the explanations are in both English and Spanish. But even non-readers would enjoy the exhibits, which were amazing.

over a year ago
Mexico City, Mexico
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As I recall, some of the display signs were in both Spanish and English. (I didn't stop to read all of them.)

over a year ago
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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I speak both languages so I don't remember, but you don't need explanations to enjoy the art. You would still be able to read the areas of Mexico that the pieces come from.

over a year ago
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