Plan ahead to ensure a good experience- review from April 2023. I highly recommend reserving tickets for the first time slot of the day- 10:00am.nnAt 10:00am you are the first into the museum and I did not find it over crowded even on a Sunday. Some rooms I was in completely alone and able to take my time.nnTo take photos you must pay $30, but that’s about $2 USD so not a huge lift and you can probably find that change in the bottom of your purse.nnSome complain that they didn’t learn enough about her life- but I found the museum full of stories and narratives of her, Diego, and her family. Don’t pass up the exhibit at the end with her clothing and more stories about her.nnThere is a cafe inside the museum so you could also sit for a bit in the garden and enjoy the day.nnDespite instructions sent ahead with tickets, there is no requirement to wear masks inside any longer.
Be sure to get tickets in advance; they're pretty good with the schedules and keep the line moving. If you want to take pictures inside the museum, you'll need to buy a permit at the front desk to avoid an awkward moment with the staff during your tour :)nThe exhibition is very well kept and you're able to experience a little bit of the life of this amazing woman
What an experience going through this museum. I do love how they set up each room to tell her life story. Her courtyard was gorgeous. Would definitely recommend checking this place out when coming to Mexico city
Such an amazing place to visit. There are objects and dresses that were used by Frida. You see pieced of her artwork, original sketches and photos of Frida and Diego. There are places to sit and relax outside and a gift shop. Masks are required throughout. In orde to take pictures, you must pay an additional 30 pesos. Only pictures are allowed though, no videos or flash photography.
Buy your tickets in advance online! Ticket purchases are for time slots and they fill up quickly. I was able to purchase 2 days in advance for 3pm slot, it was still crowded. If you want to take photos cost is 30 pesos per person. I enjoyed my time and interesting experience.
Truly a special experience. Order your tickets in advance, and still try to arrive early. The museum/house is just sort of a magical space. The colors, the light, the shadows would be enough but there is also some really amazing art to see. Highly recommend!
GET A TICKET BEFOREHAND! It can be sold out for days and itu2019s far away from the city center so donu2019t take a chance! Itu2019s a cool place though, seeing actual garments from paintings was very cool. Not a lot of self portraits though. Be sure to check out other places in the area, thereu2019s great restaurants in the area, the Leon Trotsky Museum is also a highlight.
GET A TICKET BEFOREHAND! It can be sold out for days and it’s far away from the city center so don’t take a chance! It’s a cool place though, seeing actual garments from paintings was very cool. Not a lot of self portraits though. Be sure to check out other places in the area, there’s great restaurants in the area, the Leon Trotsky Museum is also a highlight.
First things first: Buy tickets in advance! Otherwise you wonu2019t get in, because itu2019s very popular and tickets are sold out easily.nnI really like the vibe here, which has been carefully maintained. Itu2019s a place where you can understand more of the creative and miserable life of Frida.nnItu2019s a place that suffers from intense memories, both publicly and and privately. Itu2019s a once in a lifetime experience. I wish I could come back again and had a new startu2014only i couldnu2019t.
It was a cool experience. The price is reasonable 12.50 (for foreigners) and about half the price for those that live in Mexico.nIt's recommended to purchase tickets online (beforehand- they typically sellout the day of). Also they don't sell tickets in-person.nYou can purchase a sticker to be allowed to take pictures inside.nI would also read their policy on the items not allowed to take inside.
Pretty interesting experience. It was kind of annoying that they don’t sell tickets there (you have to buy online in advance). However, it was still worth the visit. Pro tip: show up at the very last time slot so you can take your sweet time and avoid the crowds.
Beautiful buildings, nice neighborhood. We especially enjoyed the garden, with its many peaceful and beautifully designed corners. The color of the house is estonishing. Regarding the exhibition, we would have liked a bit more interactive components. Do not forget to buy your tickets online before, as early as possible, as there are no tickets available at the museum.
Its clean, organized, popular and overall it's good.nnI didn't like that i had troubles at the front desk due to the were asking me if I was re-entering to the museum cause as i bought my tickets online, they said that they were already used and, well, all my info was correct, so they have an issue with their system.nnI couldn't buy and extra ticket while on the line, so i recommend buy the tickets online.