Museo de Frida Khalo (Frida Kahlo Museum)
Frida could boast to be one of the few women who have their own tribute museum.
La Casa Azul.
Very few women in the world can boast to have a museum to celebrate their lives and works. Such is the case of Frida Kahlo, the great Mexican artist, icon of her times and probably the Latin American female artist best known at an international level. Her museum is also known as La Casa Azul (The Blue House), due to it being painted mostly in blue (Mexican king blue) and, as well as important works by Kahlo, who was born and died in this house, it also showcases her vast internal universe, in the place where she lived during some of the happier, more passionate years with Diego Rivera. Her personal objects include a picture of the artist taken by the American Nickolas Muray, with whom she maintained a long friendship; a small butterfly collection, a symbol of her interest in science and the pre-Hispanic urn in which her ashes rest. The garden is worth a little walk, as is the projection area, where it is possible to see documentaries and other audiovisual material about the painter.