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The purpose of the Frida Kahlo Riviera Maya Museum is to explore the key events in the artist's life and to undertake a series of conceptual approaches with them, so that the public can relate to and understand the overwhelming existence of a woman...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Calle Quinta Avenida 455 | Corner with Calle 8, Col. Centro, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
So grateful that I got to visit this museum, which showcased Frida’s personal and professional life. Our guide spoke English and was extremely knowledgeable. The gift store has lovely prints of her work as well as cute things to pick up as souvenirs (though they...More
This is a really interesting museum about the life of Frida Kahlo. Really enjoyed it and learned so much I never knew. Very reasonable entrance fee and you can have a guided tour at no extra cost. Our guide was very good and thorough.
Not for people looking to see Freda’s original paintings, there are none here. It’s a guided tour of her life , of course there are reprints of her work for affect. Very interesting. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour.
This little ad tasteful museum does not have original Kahlo's pantings but a cute guided (included in the price) visit through Frida Kahlo's personal and artistic life. We definitely learn more about this unique artist, its worth the visit!
If you are a Frida fan, or an art fan in general, this new museum is very nice! FILLED with details you may or may not know! Give yourself ample time to read...many facts were either clarified, or in most cases, added to what I...More
Having watched the movie with Selma Heyek many years ago, and not an art person, I walked in with fresh eyes. The museum is as clean, crisp. The toilet came in handy!
I had offers of assistance - I declined happy to take in my...More
We visited the Museum in May. You have to make a reservation in advance through their website. Still, there is a little wait outside and the museum is packed. But seeing Frida's room, bed, painting tools is worth the visit.
A weekend on the 5th walking around in Playa when i turn around and said to my wife, we need to go and visit this musseum.
A friendly staff member (whick i'm sorry i don't remember her name) greet us and took us to the...More