The funny Snoopy and his inseparable friend Charlie Brown, protagonists of the Peanuts comic strip, will arrive in Mexico City in an exhibition that reviews the work of Charles M.Schulz.
After the Peanuts interactive exhibition was presented in the country’s capital four years ago, the exhibition returns to Mexico.
The exhibition, centered on the work of Schulz, addresses the conceptual origin to conceive each of his characters, who have become cultural icons.
The exhibition also reveals passages from the life of the author of Peanuts, as part of his creative process to bring his unforgettable characters to us.
In the exhibition room, attendees will be able to appreciate original sketches, the first appearances of Charlie, Snoopy, Lucy Van Pelt or Sally, as well as curious facts about the famous black and white dog, who by the way is claustrophobic!
They will also be able to take a photo with large figures and enjoy a 40-minute guided tour.
When, how and where can I enjoy the exhibition?
The exhibition about the work of Charles M.Schulz, takes place at the Mexican Museum of Design (Mumedi) in the Historic Center of Mexico City.
Those interested in going to appreciate the exhibition, should do so from Monday to Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The entrance has a cost of 60 pesos per person, any day of the week that you go.
The exhibition will be available in this venue until June 16, 2022.