We recently visited the small museum dedicated to the Diego Rivera mural "Dream of a Sunday afternoon in the Alameda." It a long name and a long mural. A very amusing one with lots of characters and a chart so you can pick them out. As so many things in Mexico City, its almost free and well worth the stop if you are in the Alameda. One caveat, its a little difficult to find. It does not face Balderas, as my map suggested, but rather the small park to the south where you can find men playing chess and inexpensive food vendors.
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