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Carlos Hernandez (Tours) wrote a review 10 Jan.
Mexico City, Mexico36 contributions3 helpful votes
Actually the museum is closed! But for a tour you have the option to visit The pyrmaids of teotihuacan (still closed but you can see them from the distance, see pictures listed) There is an optinal tour in a cave once you are there, also the Maguey & Mezcal tour is available as well as handcraft bodyshops open! Commonly with this tour is included the visit to the "Shrine of Guadalupe" the most important religious sanctury in America. (open) For more info & other tours and safe transportation please feel free to text (WA) or call me...! Carlos Hernández Groud transportation & Tours Tour guide @ Hotel Marquis Reforma CDMX Travel Safely & Confidence at all time! +52 5526831206…
Date of experience: January 2021
Rodrigo Soberanis Prado wrote a review Dec. 2020
Valladolid, Mexico210 contributions212 helpful votes
Coyoacan is full of stuff to do and it's nice to walk around so that's a plus while you are walking to this Museum, i went and i didn't book a ticket but lucky for me someone cancel and i could get it. Frida is probably the most famous latin america painter, the blue house is so Beautiful, the House itself is small so the Tour is kind of short that's why i don't give Excellent, , the garden is probably the best along of course with her Art, i didn't know she suffer so much, at the end you can see an exhinition of her Iconic clothes, i like the museum, so if you are in Mexico City this is a must.…
Date of experience: October 2020
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LeeAnne M wrote a review Dec. 2020
I loved this museum! This was one of my favorite things that I did on my trip to Mexico City! I learned so many interesting facts about Frida on my visit to the Blue House.
Date of experience: December 2020
quangfremont wrote a review Dec. 2020
Fremont, California259 contributions170 helpful votes
This museum has an extensive collection of Frida Kahlo’s artworks. Some of Diego ‘s works are there as well. This place used to be her residence so it has special air about it. Certainly worth a visit to learn more about Mexican ‘s most accomplished painter.
Date of experience: November 2020
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AJ S wrote a review Nov. 2020
Ann Arbor, Michigan381 contributions227 helpful votes
This is a must see place who enjoy Frida Kahlo's talent. It's not just a museum, it is an art gallery as well. Highly recommended.
Date of experience: December 2019