Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli Museum

  • CATEGORY: Museums
  • PHONES: (55) 5617 3797 y 5617 4310


The Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli Museum is an exceptional place due to its architecture, design and construction. It is built with the same volcanic tone on which is built. It was an idea of Diego Rivera to house his collection of pre-Hispanic art; it was also planned as a City for the Arts, a space that would incorporate painting, dance, music, theater, craftsmanship and ecology. To do so, the central patio was thought as an outdoor theater which is the entry to a gallery and the museum. The building reveals the influence of cultures from Teotihuacan and Maya combining contemporary elements. It has a wide ecological space that holds local flora and fauna.


Calle Museo 150, Col. Pueblo de San Pablo Tepetlapa, Coyoacán, C.P. 4620, México, Ciudad de México


From Wednesday to Sunday, 11:00 - 17:00 hrs.




Guide visits | Store | Workshops | Checkroom | Expositions | Parking | Summer course | Concerts | Café


Patricia Cordero
Tel. (55) 5617 3797 y 5617 4310