Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo are two of the most influential artists that Mexico, and the world, have seen. Married twice, and having broken up Rivera's prior marriage; their story is one that will be told for years to come.
Painter and muralist Diego Rivera made art that reflected the lives of the working class and native Mexican people. His pre-hispanic art can be seen in many different locations in the Americas, but one of the largest concentrations of his art and his collection is the Anahuacalli Museum in Mexico City. Your impacting visit to this culturally enriching space will teach you about Mexican culture and history.
Afterward, you'll visit Coyoacan, a beautiful colonial neighborhood home to "Casa Azul", Frida Kahlo's home; the same place where she was born and died. The home is filled with her personal objects and some of her most important pieces of art, giving you an unparalleled insight into her complex personality. Some say she "still inhabits it" to this day.
Apart from these two museums, you'll visit the Parish of San Juan Bautista and the Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel. Two beautiful catholic structures sure to blow you away.
- At least two guests are required for this activity to take place.
- Please note that tickets are not refundable.