Museo Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo, Mexico City

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Museo Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo is located in Mexico City. Use our Mexico City travel route planner to visit Museo Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo on your trip to Mexico City, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This museum is a must-see in the city of Mexico. The architecture of this House is spectacular. The garden with cacti and agaves is beautiful. It is worth taking a few hours to visit this Museum and the neighborhood in which it is found, San angel. Really beautiful.
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  • We were unlucky, while Diego's studio was nicely decorated, Frida's was completely empty. The nice lady at the cash register did warn us, but we were stubborn. And to be honest, it was still kind of n...  more »
  • The 3 buildings are so different to the other mexican houses and follow the BAUHAUS style. Very modern for this period and I guess specially for Mexico in that time. When we arrived only the houses of...  more »
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  • The last stop on our Frida/Diego day... The separate homes and studios of Diego and Frida in San Ángel. You may remember from the movie, these were the houses joined by a small bridge connecting them at the top. Unfortunately, Frida's side was cleared for another exhibit, but Diego's studio and home was rich with his painting supplies and works finished and unfinished. We even spotted a photo of an item that we had previously seen in Diego's museum 20 minutes prior.
  • If you want to meet Diego and Frida's house, this is where they lived. And it obviously became a museum - not by itself of course! - Yes, this place was part of Salma's movie, or at least they used it as stage, so you should visit Frida's house as well if you want a bigger picture, both inspirational and artistic gems inherited from that outstandingly creative couple.
  • The architectura, furniture, view, Dead's Offering" and the studio with his works & arvhaelogical collevtion.
  • It is amazing they have taken care of the house were once Diego and (sometimes) Frida lived. It was a very tragic love story for both of them, however the museum contains more about Diego creations and inspirations. Do not recommend going with small children because there is a lot of stairs.
  • An adorable place for the lovers of Frida and Diego's story. That is the exact place where they filmed the movie. The hole building it's totally functional. You can see that in every detail. It's curious to see how big Diego's house is, because of his size and how tiny Frida's is due her stature.

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