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Reduce wait time by purchasing a ticket online a couple of days prior to your visit. The house and grounds are beautiful, I am so glad to have visited. The only down side is that it gets very crowed and you are lining up to...More
This museum provides a glimpse of history, art, and beauty all in one. It's in a peaceful neighborhood and includes several small galleries that focus on Frida's art with a few Diego Rivera's paintings as well, an exhibit of her clothes, braces, crutches and other...More
This colorful museum keeps the old things that surrounded Frida Khalo's life. The big backyard with its big trees and benches where she used to seat and enjoy despite her health issues. Beautiful dresses that she herself designed and wear. It is worthy to visit...More
My husband and I visited the Frida Kahlo Museum on day one of our four day visit to Mexico City. We purchased our tickets online at the Business Center at our hotel, at the very wise suggestion by our Concierge. By doing this, we avoided...More
Buy your tickets online in advance!! They have a time to enter printed on them. I didn't know you could and waited for over an hour to get in. The museum is in the house Frida was born and died in, she also lived there...More
For something completely different and some unexpected exhibits, this small museum and memorial to Frida Kahlo and her two marriages to Diego Rivera is full of fun and interest. The ultimate antidote to archaeology if needed!Book in advance at weekends to avoid queuing.
I visited the museum on my own whilst on a business trip. I didn't buy a ticket online which meant that i had to wait in line for about 30 minutes (this was on a Thursday afternoon at around 16h00). The only reason i went...More
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
and all kinds of traditional 'antojitos' are a must try. Restaurants and cafés throughout its peaceful paved streets contain traditional but unique murals and decorations, where one can enjoy a mezcal at noon or the best churros with a cup of coffee.
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We bought it through viatour with a 2 day tour and it was the best thing we did. We got there before it opened and when it opened we got to go to the front of the incredibly long line (at least an hour wait) and got let in... More
We bought it through viatour with a 2 day tour and it was the best thing we did. We got there before it opened and when it opened we got to go to the front of the incredibly long line (at least an hour wait) and got let in right away.
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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
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 using Uber and try to get to a Ballet Folklorico performance- wonderful)