The Mexican Stock Exchange Museum is within the Stock Exchange building on the Glorieta del Ahuehuete on Paseo de la Reforma. The museum is within the building that has housed the stock exchange since 1990 and since nearly all trading is done digitally today, they share the space only with the administrative headquarters of the company that runs the Bolsa de Valores.
The museum is dedicated to the history of the exchange in Mexico, and to a lesser extent, to the history of such operations worldwide. The museum opened only in 2019. In that year, exchange itself celebrated 125 years since its founding in 1894.
Today the BMV is a public traded company itself. The Bolsa Mexicana De Valores SAB de CV (BMV) works in six business areas. The operation of the stock exchange. They also sell derivatives, and provide listing and trading future and option contracts. The brokerage provides services for securities enrolled in the National Securities Registry. They also offer clearing and settlement services for financial and commodities derivatives and securities transactions. The custodial service includes services related to securities clearing and settlement. They also provide news and information technology (IT) services.
All of these operational areas are covered in the museum and discussed in some length during 90 minutes tours. Tours are conducted with advance reservations only.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sundays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed Saturdays.