Published On: Wed, Mar 21st, 2018

Mask Museum of San Miguel de Allende

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“Owner/curator Bill LeVasseur has spent more than 25 years acquiring an extraordinary collection of over 500 Mexican ceremonial masks.

Through his visits to often remote indigenous communities and his observation and documentation of masked dancing, he has also acquired an extensive knowledge of masks and masked dancing ceremonies and rituals that he is eager to share.

Mask Museum of San Miguel de Allende. (Photo: TripAdvisor)

Mask Museum of San Miguel de Allende. (Photo: TripAdvisor)

In 2006, Bill and his wife Heidi, opened the doors of their Another Face of Mexico mask museum.

Along with the mask collection, the museum features texts, photos, and videos showcasing more than 40 different masked dance ceremonies.

All masks in the museum have been used in dancing ceremonies and/or indigenous performances and therefore are considered as authentic by collectors worldwide.

Admission fee:

  • Adults – 100 Pesos
  • Children, students, school groups – Free
    • All museum proceeds are donated to the Casa de los Angeles Day Care Center in San Miguel de Allende.
    • Visits to the museum are by appointment only.
    • Please contact them to set up a guided tour. School kids of all ages are welcome to visit at no cost.”



  • Address: Cuesta de San Jose #32, Colonia Azteca, just a 10-15 minute walk from the Historic Center/El Jardin.
  • Tel: 415-154-4324
  • Cell: 044-415-149-1563
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