National Museum of Watercolor "Alfredo Guati Red", Mexico City

(4.6/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • It cost us to find it. It is immediately south of the viveros de Coyoacán. Novo is an alley parallel to Av. Universidad. It is a gem. I understand that it was the first museum dedicated exclusively to the technique of watercolor. (Data relevant to the vast majority of what we see in museums is oil, or acrylic anyway). It contains a very interesting collection of multiple themes and diverse. Levels are somewhat uneven, but it is understandable by the way as the work was gathered. There are explanatory posters in Spanish and in Braille. We were looking forward to some additional data as there is, for example, in the international room a lot work undated and in the national galleries and contemporary hopefully identified the States of origin and all of the dates. It was very stimulating to see the workshops working there on one side. Nice master Enrique Sierra, we received a few moments. There is a small cafe in the beautiful gardens, with reasonable prices. They also sell some materials for the technique. I highly recommend it, visit it!.
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  • This is a beautiful small museum dedicated to watercolor art - it's the first of its kind in Mexico, and is definitely a hidden gem! The grounds are beautifully maintained and the collection of waterc...  more »
  • Small but interesting worth to appreciate what has been achieved with the difficult technique of watercolor. nice place
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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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