We loved this museum. It looks very small from the outside but we were surprised as it seemed to go on forever going up. It shows Rivera's first home before the family moved to Mexico city when he was still young. Apparently he never went back until 1956, the year before he died. Not the most extensive collection of his work, but you get some idea of his development as an artist. a small bonus is a room with some of Frida Kahlo's work. All in all, for a mere 20 pesos, it's great value for money.
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