Dolores Olmedo Museum



REVIEW

Located in Xochimilco, the Dolores Olmedo Museum houses the art collection donated by its founder. Among which there are 148 pieces by Diego Rivera, 26 by Frida Kahlo, this being the largest collection of both artists in one place. There are also 40 engravings by Angelina Beloff; more than 3 thousand pieces of popular art; 900 pieces of pre-Hispanic art and 11 wooden sculptures from the 17th century.
Surrounded by lovely gardens that include a wide variety of Mexican plants and animals, among them peacocks and xoloitzcuintle dogs, this museum is dedicated to praise Mexicanity. It offers activities for the whole family and temporary exhibits that show national as well as international artistic and cultural expressions.
It was inaugurated on September 17, 1994, and since 2004 the private rooms, where Dolores Olmedo spent the last years of her life, were opened to the museum tour.

ADDRESS

Av. México 5843, Col. La Noria, Xochimilco, C.P. 16030, México, Ciudad de México

OPENNING HOURS

From Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 - 18:00 hrs.
Martes entrada libre

PRICES

$40

DISCOUNTS

Maestros y estudiantes $20.00 pesos, INAPAM y menores de 6 años: $5.00 peso. Público extranjero $100.00 pesos

SERVICIOS

Guide visits | Store | Workshops | Checkroom | Cultural events area | Summer course | Conferences | Concerts | Café

CONTACT

Patricia Cordero
Tel. (55) 5555 0891
difusion@mdop.org.mx

ACTIVITIES OF THIS PRECINCT

The World of the Dead

October 16 to December 30 2018

Pablo O’Higgins. Graphic Trade

January 01 2017 to December 16 2019