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Highlights include the kitchen with its incredible mosaic work, a light-suffused studio where the artists' books line the walls, and Frida's bed. Full review →
A few blocks from Coyoacán's tree-shaded Plaza Hidalgo is the cobalt-blue house where Frida Kahlo lived and died, set up as if she still lived there.
Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul (Blue House) is one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Mexico City, thanks to Kahlo’s popularity in the U.S. and Europe. While many of her... Full review →
The Casa Azul (Blue House) where she was born in 1907 (not 1910, as she wanted people to believe) and died 47 years later is both museum and shrine. Full review →
Frida Kahlo... has become a symbol, for many, of triumph over pain, and the healing power of art. Full review →
Almost every visitor to Mexico City makes a pilgrimage here to gain a deeper understanding of the painter (and maybe to pick up a Frida handbag). Full review →Arrive early to avoid the crowds, especially on weekends.