Difficult to find and off the beaten track. We combined it with Museo Dolores Olmeda and Coyoacan with a driver. But the two museums could be done in one day by metro and light rail. Impressive architecture capturing the spirit of pre conquest Mexico, surrounded by an eco park (and usual DF urban sprawl). Inside are several levels of impressive artifacts, joined by stone staircases as if in a pyramid. On the ceilings symbolic modernistic mosaics with Aztec motives, and on top a terrass with far views (on our day a far view of smog rather than volcanoes). Nowhere but Mexico can you find such a museum, created by a great artist. A bonus is Diegos planned studio (he died before completion and it was completed by Dolores Olmeda and others). A great space containing full size sketches of the mural destroyed by Nelson Rockefeller as too commie (well it is, showing Mao and Stalin caring for the poor while capitalist pigs shoot and hang the workers).
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