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The purpose of the Frida Kahlo Riviera Maya Museum is to explore the key events in the artist's life and to undertake a series of conceptual approaches with them, so that the public can relate to and understand the overwhelming existence of a woman...more
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Calle Quinta Avenida 455 | Corner with Calle 8, Col. Centro, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
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I knew very little about Frida Kahlo before going to this museum & having an excellent guided tour. I knew she was an important Mexican artist, Salma Hayek played her in a film and she featured in the animation film Coco. Now I know about...More
Frida Kahlo y Diego Rivera were not only lovers, but were part of Mexico's most famous & important artists.
The museum focuses on Frida, but she is such a complex person it is nice there is not much attention place on Diego's place in the...More
Definitely get a free tour while you’re there, the person we had was so passionate and knew so much about Frida Kahlo’s life and her art. It has made us seriously consider going to Mexico City to see her house!
With a great audio tour for a small fee of 80 peso, this tour is a must for anyone visiting Mexico City. See some of Frida's exquisite art and learn about the beautiful Casa Azul's history. Going through the home is a step back in...More
This small museum is very interesting. It's kind of a digital museum, with creative ideas that distinguishes it from the regular 'just walk around looking at paintings' concept. We opted for the guided tour with the charming Zulay, one of the best tour guides we...More
We went all the way and paid exuberant ticket price just to land up in a hot stuffy room.... yes just one room. the reviews were misleading and i assume all written by owners of the museum. There is not a single painting not even...More
Made a point of looking for this off the main drag, attractive exterior where you can get a good photo by a garlanded cart. Found the entrance fee of about USD 15 too much for a place without any works by Frida or Diego in...More
Very small museum run by the Frida Kahlo foundation. A few original items and writings and photos of some of her best known paintings. Offers a view into her and her life.
Our visit was complemented by an intimate concert by Morajazz, which was quite...More