Frida Kahlo Museum (Mexico City, Mexico) Reviews
Newest Review: ... you're student then you only pay 20 (£1)- it's quite unusual that non-national students also get a discount, but I used my student card here, so it seems to apply to foreigners too in this particular museum. As you pass the entrance, you follow a circuit around from one side of the house to the other, ending up back in the garden. The first section of the house is dedicated to Frida Kahlo's artwork. Although this is not the most comprehensive collection of her work in the city, it is interesting to see it in its natural environment, so to speak. The artwork is interspersed with brief biographical information about the two artists, as well ... more
Customer Frida Kahlo Museum (Mexico City, Mexico) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/09/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
This was one of the things I most wanted to see whilst in Mexico City, mainly after watching the film about the artist, and it didn't disappoint. It's easy enough to get to- only about a 25-minute ride on the metro from the centre of the city. It's more difficult to find the house itself once you've got off the metro, but then maybe that's just me, as I've never been great with directions! Also, you would think it'd be easy to spot a bright blue house on an average street, but since nearly all the houses in the area are painted a bright colour, this proves harder than you might imagine! Entry is very good value. An adult pays 55 pesos, which is ... Read the complete review
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