Very small museum where all but a few things were in english. His mural was worth seeing but that was the museum standout.
About Museo Mural Diego Rivera
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This was a great stop. One gigantic murals with a few extra floors with background posters and sketches. You have to pay extra if you want to take photographs.
After the Frida Kahlo Museum came the Diego Rivera Mural. It was an interesting insight into Diego Rivera's life and the mural is truly remarkable. Well worth a visit and the entry fee is reasonable.
We had visited the Museum of Popular Art and saw on the map that this museum was close by, so we visited without knowing much about it. However, we were completely overwhelmed by Rivera's mural! So impressive! The park in front is also interesting as...More
One mural by Rivera with lots of ephemeral stuff and some soviet posters. Worthwhile but only a single mural. Nice that is close to Belles Artes.
Although small, this museum is a must see for anyone who enjoys Diego Rivera's art and story. It is a good combination of both history and art. Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park is truly a remarkable piece in message and in size....More
I learned a good deal about Diego Rivera from this visit. Nice to find a small museum in a park—good addition to an already busy day without making a great sacrifice of time. And the mural is awesome. Huge, impossibly full of individuals and historical...More
After visiting Museo Nacional de Antropologia we went to visit this museum. Good thing it was Sunday and admission was free, as we really were disappointed. It is very small museum with only one Diego's mural. If you are really interested in Rivera's murals, Palacio...More
Art by others is less compelling than Rivera's mural, depicted here. Still, worth seeing if you are a Rivera fan.