Buy up to 60 days in advance, at the time you choose and get the best price.
Live a private view, access exclusive spaces, enter one hour before opening to the general public.
Take spectacular photos in the best spaces in the garden during exclusive hours. *NOT applicable to commercial photos.
Buy your accesses in cash or card to enter the Garden on the same day. *Limited availability.
El Jardín Escultórico Edward James, LAS POZAS.
Welcome to the Edward James Sculpture Garden, Las Pozas, declared an Artistic Monument of the Nation in 2012. The Garden is presented as the most important surrealist space in Mexico where structures dialogue with the jungle. We are located in the Magic Town of Xilitla, in the Huasteca Potosina.
Acquire your accesses on this website or at our remote ticket offices in a kiosk in the central square of the magical town or at the Leonora de Xilitla Museum. For reasons of conservation and quality of the visit, the number of daily entrances to the Garden is limited, we recommend you plan your visit in advance.
Pedro and Elena Hernández Foundation A.C.
We appreciate your understanding and hope to see you soon!
From 9:00 am to 6:00 pm from Wednesday to Monday WE CLOSE ON TUESDAYS!
Acquire your accesses up to 60 days in advance.
- Adults: $125.00 pesos.
- Adults over 65 years old and children from 6 to 12 years old: $60.00 pesos.
- Children under 6 years old do not pay.
- Guide: $25 pesos per person (mandatory)
For reasons of conservation and quality of the visit, the number of daily tickets is limited (maximum 15 tickets per operation)
Tour of 1:30 hr, only with authorized guides in groups of up to 25 people.
We have lockers in a kiosk in the Central Plaza of the Magical Town and in the Leonora Carrington Museum, Xilitla for same-day access.
Limited access, (maximum 8 tickets per operation)
- Kiosk from Wednesday to Monday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Sat and Sun from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Leonora Carrington Museum from Wednesday to Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
What do you need to know for your visit to the Edward James Sculpture Garden?
The Edward James Sculpture Garden, Las Pozas was created by Edward Frank Willis James, an eccentric British poet, artist and patron of the surrealist movement. James created a fusion between the organic and the artificial, between the jungle and the concrete, which merges the two worlds into one.
Its history begins in 1947 with James’s desire to create his own Garden of Eden, in 1962 after a frost that killed the thousands of orchids that James had planted, the construction of the cement structures and buildings begins and stops at 1984 with the death of James and it was not until 1991 that the garden opened to the public to be visited.
The total area of the Garden is 37 hectares dedicated to ecological conservation, of these 9 hectares make up the sculpture garden, where you can admire more than 28 structures and sculptures. In 2007 the Fundación Pedro y Elena Hernández, A.C, acquired Las Pozas with the purpose of preserving the sculptures and conserving the ecosystem.