Frida Kahlo MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 05:45 pm]
Frida Kahlo Museum (Frida Kahlo Museo) - A Museum in Mexico City, Mexico. Also known as the Blue House, this was the home of famous Mexican artist Frida. The museum offers a deeply personal insight into the life of this remarkable woman. There’s jewellery, outfits, photos, her artwork, artwork by other artists, a beautiful garden and even kitchen implements. There’s much evidence too, of the socialist intelligentsia she and her husband entertained in this building and also the portraits of some of communism’s most prominent figures. The house has been kept as it was in the 1950’s, and that’s supposed to keep Frida’s spirit happy. Some say she never left.
The Frida Kahlo Museum is a memorial to the Mexican artist of the same name. It gives a vivid look into the art and works of the artist. Buy tickets for Frida Kahlo Museum combined with Frida Kahlo Museum tickets for various tours and you can get amazing deals and discounts. Also you can check Frida Kahlo Museum ticket prices on our ticket booking platform for budget adjustments and include tickets for Frida Kahlo Museum for great deals.
- Last admission is at 5:30pm.
- There is a cafe and a rather expensive gift shop.
- You are not allowed to carry Backpacks, packages and umbrella (must be left in parcel), food, candy, gum and any liquids Strollers, baby carrier, fanny packs and bulky objects hat, sunglasses and Mobile Sharps or firearms.
- No flash photography. Permssion from the box office is required for any photography and videos are not permitted.
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82.25% of people who visit Mexico City include Frida Kahlo Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
46.35% of people start their Frida Kahlo Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Frida Kahlo Museum
92.21% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Frida Kahlo Museum
This is a really interesting place to visit if you want to get a feel for the life and times of Frida and Diego. Whilst it does contain some art it isn't a comprehensive collection of either artist's work (there are better places for that). A word of advice that I strongly suggest you follow: buy your tickets in advance online. The queues are huge and having tickets in advance will save you a lot of time and pain. That said they manage the people flow inside very well so it never feels too crowded.
If you want an an insight into the tortured yet beautiful life of Frida then this place is a must. You'll leave being more mesmerized by this incredible woman. Fantastic displays of her and Diego's work. We went during the week and the queue was not too bad and worth every penny getting the video guide. Best one we've ever had at a museum.
The Museum itself is absolutely beautiful. The garden is extraordinary, such a great place just to sit for a while. The Frida and Diego story is in itself also quite interesting and the experience walking through the house where Frida lived most of her life is maybe the best part for any Frida Kahlo fan. The only negative side of this experience is the crowds. I strongly recommend to buy tickets online, the queues are long and it slightly make the experience less attractive that you are pretty much walking in one long line through the entire house and have to wait many times just to move. We bought tickets for two visits, one afternoon and one morning, both very crowded, but, it is still leaving you with a great feeling having walked through Frida Kahlo’s house.
If you're interested in a bit of art and history this is a great place to visit. Be sure ti make reservations or you're going to be waiting in line for a long time. There's art here from Frida Kahlo as well as Diego Rivera. The house itself is really interesting to go through as well.
If you want to immerse yourself into Frida and Diego’s life this is the place. Small but amazing museum. Be ready to wait at least 1h30 if you haven’t booked you space online. Worth the wait. Note that you will have to pay extra to take pictures.