We invite you to become part of a 3,000-year-old culture.
Join The Mexico Institute and experience the heritage of a rich and diverse culture with Pre-Columbian, European, Moorish, Jewish, African and other influences. Introducing what is distinctively and uniquely Mexican, the Institute strives to bring different cultural experiences to the Dallas community.

We work to foster a better understanding of Mexico’s increasing importance to Texas.

Upcoming Events

Dinner Gala Featuring Bolívar’s Heart by Margaret Donnelly

bolivars-heartThursday April 6, 2017
6pm – 10pm

The Bush Institute
George W. Bush Presidential Center
6106 Bush Avenue | Dallas, TX 75205

The fate of Simón Bolívar’s heart, allegedly separated from his body during the autopsy conducted by Alexandre Prospere Reverend, has been the center of many folk tales. Most of these stories have not been well-documented, yet they inspire millions Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela to feel the on-going presence of Simón Bolívar in their lives as their “Father and Protector”, as the Quechua people called him…. Continue reading “Upcoming Events”

Mission and History

For over 26 years, The Mexico Institute has created programs and services of superior quality, scope and scale, consistently fulfilling its mission:


To advance the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the rich and diverse Mexican culture through artistic and educational programs.

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