Museo Nacional de La Acuarela "Alfredo Guati Rojo", Mexico City
(4.6/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Museo Nacional de La Acuarela "Alfredo Guati Rojo" is located in Mexico City. Put Museo Nacional de La Acuarela "Alfredo Guati Rojo" on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Mexico City vacation route planner.
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  • Small but interesting worth to appreciate what has been achieved with the difficult technique of watercolor. nice place
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  • The Museum is a little hidden, has a permanent collection and another storm. They have course and workshops. Summer course pretty good kids pa
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  • within all the attractions that have Coyoacan, is this Museum, which by means of a good walk through the typical streets of this part of the CD. de Mexico, can become a small place, itself a House converted into a Museum, where one can find interesting and varied works in this style of painting, worth knowing it , very well decorated and located in the middle of an interior garden that gives you another room to visit, is also free.
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  • Amazaing
  • Estate full of watercolors. Free entry.
  • Nice place to learn about other forms of artistic expression and spend a pleasant weekend
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  • Beautiful place
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  • I really liked the Museum and classes offered are great for young and old the bad thing is that online announced an event of fairies and Dragons for children free of charge and be there they charged you a fee of $50 and gave you only a drawing they lent you watercolors, and that was not called attention to anything the kids people were bored Presidency very fast. I hope to improve in their events. Best regards.
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