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Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum
Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum

Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum

Diego Rivera s/n, San Ángel Inn, Mexico City, 01060

The Basics

You can explore the legacy of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera—two of Mexico's most prolific artists—across Mexico City. However, at the pink and blue Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum, their life and work intersect, making it ideal for travelers with limited time who want to see both Rivera’s cluttered workshop and Kahlo’s sparse living quarters. For more structured insights into the Studio-Museum take a city tour that includes a stop here.

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FRIDA KALHO & DIEGO RIVERA MUSEUMS (Private)
FRIDA KALHO & DIEGO RIVERA MUSEUMS (Private)
$117.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Do it!
Our guide went above and beyond for this tour. Drove us to places a little off the beaten path as well as the designated stopping points. He stopped for ice cream andtreated us to some Mexican cookies on the way home. He was extremely informative and polite.
Ellen_H, Jan 2020

Recent reviews from experiences in Mexico City

star-5
Casa Azul
Mira_T, Nov 2019
Frida Kahlo Museum Afternoon Tour
With only a brief stay for study, this was a small treat for me. The guide was super lovely and knowledgeable and the house was, of course, stunning. The tour was great value for money and being able to avoid the cue was also a bonus. ;)
star-5
Amazing and informative
leah_f, Oct 2019
FRIDA KALHO & DIEGO RIVERA MUSEUMS (Private)
One of the best private tours I have ever experienced. Our tour guide was just amazing , knowledgeable and a great storyteller. He showed us things that we would of never seen or experienced by ourselves .
star-4
Overall great
Carole_O, Jan 2020
FRIDA KALHO & DIEGO RIVERA MUSEUMS (Private)
At 9am no one showed up for the scheduled private tour with Karma Tours. By 9:30am I called to complain. They didn't know what happened but would call me back. I was very upset. I called again and said another tour guide would come at 2pm. I said unacceptable, so he arranged for someone to come to my hotel at 11am. Since I prepaid $185 I was very upset. Then another tour guide came around 11am to start the tour. His name was Anthony and he was very nice and took me to Kahlo house and museum Delores Olmedo which was excellent. Also went for a lunch but it was quick bc had to go to Kahlo house. All in all it turned out very good. But the beginning was not so good.
star-5
A Deep dive for the Art Lover
DayTrip611197, Jun 2019
FRIDA KALHO & DIEGO RIVERA MUSEUMS (Private)
Our guide, Gabriel was punctual, considerate, interesting (and interested!) and most of all knowledgeable. He provided us with such a rich historical background to what we were seeing. He took his time explaining the significance of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo to Mexican culture at the time. Touring their studios and viewing their living quarters and working areas was a thrill. We then moved ontot eh Casa Azul, Kahlo's house and museum. I had not realized that guides are not allowed to accompany guests into this site. As such, I feel that we did not get as much out of this museum. How I wish that we had Gabriel with us to explain the works of art and the artifacts. It was SO crowded, and now is over-touristed it seems. But you cannot NOT see it. I would definitely use Gabriel again should we ever re-visit Mexico CIty. Five stars.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The museum is ideal for Frida and Diego fans, as well as Mexico City travelers who want to see something different.

  • The Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum is a relatively small space, worth an hour of your time.

  • There’s free entry for children under 13.

  • Arrange a guided tour—between 10am and 5pm—ahead of time via email or phone.

  • Gravel, staircases, and narrow corridors mean the Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum isn’t accessible for those with mobility issues.

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How to Get There

The Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum is in the residential, upmarket San Ángel neighborhood, towards the south of the city. Street parking is available, but it’s more convenient to take Line 3 of the metro to Viveros/Derechos Humanos before grabbing a taxi the rest of the way. Alternatively, skip the hassle and take a city tour that includes round-trip transportation.

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When to Get There

The Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum is open every day except Monday. There’s free entry for all on Sundays, although the Studio-Museum is likely to be busier than usual as a result. To avoid the largest crowds, consider visiting in the morning.

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What to Do Nearby the Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio-Museum

Combine your visit to the Studio-Museum in San Ángel, in the south of Mexico City, with other nearby attractions. About five blocks southeast—on Saturdays—you can shop for high-quality souvenirs and art at El Bazaar Sábado. Further south still, visit the Plaza Loreto Soumaya Museum, a free-to-enter art gallery.

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