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 that he is eager to share.
In 2006, Bill and his wife Heidi, opened Another Face of Mexico mask museum to the public. Accompanying the mask collection are texts, photos, and videos showing more than 40 different dance ceremonies. All masks in the museum have been danced in indigenous performances and therefore are considered by collectors to be authentic.
The Mask Museum of San Miguel de Allende - A unique glimpse into traditional culture in the heart of colonial Mexico. Listen to this Podcast for much more information
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.