Frida Kahlo Museum

  • CATEGORY: Museums
  • PHONES: (55) 5554 5999 y 5658 3256


The Frida Kahlo Museum, also known as Casa Azul (Blue House) is the place where the artist was born and died. It is located in Londres 247, in Coyoacan, the house became museum in 1958, four years later after her death. It is the place where the intimate world of this world wide famous Latin American artist is kept. There are some important paintings like Viva la vida (1954), Frida y la cesarean (1931), Retrato de mi padre Wilhem Kahlo (1952) among others.

The bedroom keeps the mirror on the ceiling that Frida used to make the self-portraits while she was convalescence from the bus accident she suffered when returning from the Escuela Nacional Preparatoria.

This museum also houses her corsets, toys, ex votos, jewels and letters. In 2007, during Frida’s one hundred birth anniversary, became public a collection kept in secret for almost 50 years. The collection has 22 thousand documents, 6,500 photos, 3,784 magazines and publications, tenths of drawings, personal objects, dresses, corsets, medicines and toys.





Londres 247, Col. Villa Coyoacán, C.P. 4000, México, Ciudad de México


Tuesday, 10:00 - 17:45 hrs.
miércoles, 11:00 - 17:45 hrs.
De jueves a domingo, 10:00 - 17:45 hrs.
$60 visitantes nacionales, $35 estudiantes y profesores con credencial vigente, $15 niños de escuelas públicas y $15 adultos mayores.




Guide visits | Store | Checkroom | Expositions | Café


Patricia Cordero
Tel. (55) 5554 5999 y 5658 3256