Coyoacán and the Frida Kahlo Museum
While in Mexico City and you want to stroll around, I would like to refer you to the oldest neighborhood, Coyoacán. Also known as "the place of coyotes", Coyoacán is a rather quiet place. Yet this atmosphere just adds to the thrill on what sceneries are waiting for you to discover!
Coyoacán has become a rich pocket of art and history in Mexico’s capital. Explore the typically Mexican neighborhood with its many museums, cafés, bookstores, and markets to uncover its history and embark on your own adventure. While roaming around you can also try their exotic fruits, vegetables at the markets and the street foods on the side roads.
The Frida Kahlo Museum in La Casa Azul (The Blue House) is one of the city's top tourist attractions, where the famous Mexican artist was raised and where she often returned during her career. You can see some of her most important paintings here, as well as works by her famous husband, mural artist Diego Rivera, as well as personal things from the life of the couple. Today it is one of the busiest museums in the Mexican capital.
The museum is open for everyone to see every day from 10 am to 5:30 pm except on Monday.
For more information, you can visit their website:
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Frida Kahlo Museum
Londres 247, Del Carmen, Coyoacán, 04100 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico