Frida Kahlo MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 05:45 pm]
- Address: Londres 247, Del Carmen, Coyoacán, 04100 Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, Mexic, Mexico City, Mexico
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:45 pm Details
- Phone: 52-5555545999
- Ticket Price: 80 MXN
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, Family And Kids
Frida Kahlo Museum - Review
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.
Frida Kahlo Museum Information
- 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.
How To reach Frida Kahlo Museum by Public Transport
- Coyoacan Tram Station
- Viveros Metro Station
Restaurants Near Frida Kahlo Museum
- Tamales Especiales
- Fonda El Comalito
- Leo’s Pizza
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Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City Reviews
Beautiful place! The line was long if you want to buy tickets at the door. Buy them online and you’ll have almost no wait time. I recommend paying to be able to take pictures of the inside of the house. If you do not buy your tickets ahead of time and come at peak time you might wait about 2 hrs.
The museum is beautiful and well preserved. However, My family experience was ruined by the staff, who are rude and inefficient. They always have a no for an answer. They make sure it can’t be done. No customer service whatsoever. It is always crowded and all cramped. Will not come back.
Being able to see Frida's home and her studio was very moving. I am still thinking about her in her day bed looking out over her gardens. The museum is very well maintained and curated. We arrived just before it opened and there were about 50 people in line ahead of us already but the line moved fairly quickly. The audio guide was very helpful and easy to navigate. I will definitely come back here next time I'm in Mexico City!
Very cool museum which shows part of the story of Frida Kahlo and the people around her. This museum was actually the place where she lived with her husband Diego Rivera. It has pieces of art from both of them and the stuff they used. If you want to talk pictures inside you must pay an special fee (the same fee regardless of your camera) With your ticket you can also visit the Diego Rivera’s studio (25-40 minuet drive from there) It usually gets very crowded, but you can buy your tickets online before you arrived to avoid a two hour wait line to enter the facility.
A great place to see some works and her home, very touristy and it was a bit disappointing because some of her most famous works were in other museums. Still worthwhile to see, you will be standing in line even if you get the tickets online. Love the area around there and has some great eateries to check out.