Acquaint yourself with the personal life of one of Mexico's most renowned artists at Museo Frida Kahlo. Kahlo was born, lived, and died in the bright blue house, which has now been converted into a museum in her honor. Get a feel for the lifestyle of Kahlo and her wealthy Bohemian counterparts as you move through the museum, which displays artworks and personal effects from the artist's life. Take an audio-guide to get a deeper understanding of the significance the displayed items had for Kahlo. Arrange your visit to Museo Frida Kahlo and discover more family-friendly attractions in Mexico City using our Mexico City trip itinerary maker site .
Tours To Museo Frida Kahlo
Mexico City Super Saver: Coyoacán and Frida Kahlo Museum plus Xochimilco and National University BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $48
Duration: 10 hours
Mexico City Super Saver: Teotihuacan, Tlatelolco, and Guadalupe Shrine Plus Xochimilco and Frida Kahlo BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $91
Duration: 2 days
Museo Frida Kahlo Reviews
I did not fully appreciate nor understand the life and work of Frida until I took this tour. It is definitely worth it, even if you're not a huge fan of art. However, I highly recommend taking a... more »
Crowded, long queue, claustrophobic and narrow hall way with no way out if you are already in the single file line inside the house. I was more focus in trying to get out of there as quickly as... more »
The Museum itself is fantastic, though there's a huge wait to get in even in off peak season and even if you get there early. We didn't buy tickets prior to going and had to wait in a huge line, whereas those who brought tickets had priority with a shorter line. Those who booked the tour associated with the museum got priority above all and didn't have to wait at all. Great service and a really lovely museum though and wonderful to see how they lived. You have to pay an extra 30 pesos for permission to take photographs. There's a gift store, Cafe and bathrooms.
You must get tickets on line. Otherwise the wait is just so long. The museum is her old home in Mexico City. It houses lots of her belongings but not a lot of her actual art. Space is relatively small and crowds are large so you can’t browse or wander. That said it’s a special place and I recommend it. The public market a few blocks down is a great spot for lunch!
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