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The lifelong home of Frida Kahlo is now a museum dedicated to the work of this famous 20th-century artist.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Calle Londres 247 | Col. Del Carmen, Coyoacan, Mexico City 04100, Mexico
+52 55545999
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We arrived one hour before opening (11am on a Wednesday), and waited patiently for three hours. It’s the downside of its success (mass tourism). Some people were successful buying tickets online way in advance). My girlfriend really liked it, I personally don’t think any museum...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Mark v
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I recomend to visit. Very emotional! I was a bit sceptic before visit.... Mexico city and Mexico country has lots of fantastic objects!

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank jgus2018
Reviewed 2 days ago

Their home which is now a museum is BUSY but so worth seeing at least once. I loved visiting with my daughter and looking at how they lived - it seemed like they had just put down their brushes and gone out to the market...

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Olym2010
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I recommend paying for the audio tour. Amazing artwork, gorgeous garden, rich history, nicely done. Audio tour helps to understand the life of Frida, her relationship with Diego, family history and art in general. One of my faborite experiences in Mexico City.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank sabrinao373
Reviewed 2 days ago

My sisters and I found the museum very insightful about Frida and her life. Even if you are not a fun of her art, her life story is well depicted and her art talent comes alive. The museum is small but well done.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank dlandero
Reviewed 2 days ago

Must see! Beautiful home and grounds all perfectly preserved. You think she still lived there but was just out for the day while the maids cleaned the house...except for the thousands of the maids friends that dropped by! Buy you tix ahead of time on...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank ramadave
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This house museum is one of my favorite places. It’s important to get the excellent audio guide to understand what you are seeing. Take your time, look, listen, and learn about this amazing artist.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank arlenetravels
Reviewed 3 days ago

If you don't really know Frida, your chance to suprise yourself with her personality, mysteries, tastes and lifestyle is before you at the Frida Kahlo Museum. Beyond her magnificent works, you will be able to better understand her artistic expression after you visit this Museum.It...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Benito A
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

For me - the best museum of Mexico City. It is focused on life of Frida, rather than her arts, and is compleely able to trasfer to the epoque she lived in and portray the emotions she was going thru Book tickets online to avoid...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Roggi85
Reviewed 4 days ago

GET TICKETS ONLINE!!! Huge line to get in after huge line to buy tickets. Once you get in, seeing the rooms and outdoor spaces where she lived and worked and entertained are very interesting. The studio and bedrooms are preserved. Nice selection of photographs of...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Once you step into Coyoacán (“Land of the Coyotes”)
you'll find picturesque parks and cantinas that will
transport you back to the colonial era thanks to the
brick and stone details of the area. Iconic writers
such as Trotsky and great painters like Frida Kahlo
seeked refuge and inspiration in this area, and you
can see the unique spirit of this neighborhood
reflected in its colorful market where nieves, sopes
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January 1, 2019|
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Response from Bikecuspid | Reviewed this property |
Hello, we were staying in Contesa neighborhood; had a great concierge that arranged tickets for the Kahlo Museum for us...if available, let a local help. (If you haven't been to Mexico City lately, we would highly recommend... More
Patricia M
December 19, 2018|
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Response from veronicacF8473KW | Reviewed this property |
Pesos! Also, take $30 pesos to buy a photo permit. That way you can take photos inside the museum.
Sere P
October 7, 2018|
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Response from Roger T | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I can’t answer your question either. Our tickets were purchased in advance by our guide.
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Purchasing online tickets for Frida Kahlo Museum (2 Replies)
I'd like to purchase tickets ahead of time online for the Frida Kahlo Museum. There are different tickets prices for "extranjeros," "estudiantes," and "ninos." What category do you think I should choose for my 12 and 14 year old kids? Thank you!
July 16, 2016|
Response fromPanch04|
Usually discounts are only for Mexican nationals, its the way the cultural financing works. I would call and ask. There will likely be English speaking people on the other end of your phone call.
mom and two dtrs in Mex City (5 Replies)
I am traveling with my two teens for two nights (Fri and Sat) in Mex City after 3 weeks in language school in Cuernavaca. We are registered at the Posada Viene on MArsella 28, near the Juarez market. I dont know where that is in relation to the Zocolo or Zona Rosa. Does anyone know the area or whether we will feel safe there? We plan to spend a lot of time in the Zocolo area and Frida Kahlo museum. I also would like to go to the huge PArk but fear it will be packed on the week end. Will we...More
July 14, 2005|
Response fromLisbonlady|
Thanks to GoMexico for such a detailed response. WOuld we be better off staying the Zocolo area for safety and evening concerns? Any recommendations for a place?
Columbus, Ohio
green VW cab clarification (2 Replies)
We recently had a quick stay in Mexico DF and used two separate VW green cabs going to and returning from the Frida Kahlo museum. On arriving at the museum a "sitio" cabdriver approached us telling us not to use these VW cabs because they are very dangerous, for what reason I am not sure. Both the VW cabs quoted us and charged us the same amount of money. The sitio cab quoted us a price 2 and a half times more. We are regular people and do not wear or carry anything of value. I do not want to...More
February 11, 2007|
Response fromjcs27|
In Mexico City, cabs that don't come from a sitio are dangerous because it's hard to tell if the driver is legitimate. There have been many cases where green taxis are carjacked and then used to rob and kidnap unsuspecting locals and tourists. Taxis from sitios are safe because, when sitting in a sitio, the drivers know each other, and the police would be called if someone who isn't supposed to be there shows up. I'm not sure if hailing a "roving" sitio cab is any safer than hailing a...More