Get ready to walk and climb stairs but it is all worth it. Deigo Rivera had an amaizing collection of pottery form different cultures from the area.
About Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli
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It takes a while to go through this interesting place. It is well worth the time and you can pictures here.
This is one of the largest private collections of pre-Columbian pieces, belonging to Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. He designed the museum to house his vast collection, he was inspired on features of Teotihuacan and Mexica architecture. The exhibition halls have all the explanations, but none...More
It is required the plan to travel to this museum because it's not close to any sites. And finally, I determined to go there and it made me understand why it is away from other places. I was stunned by the handsome appearance of its...More
This was the best visit of this stay in Mexico City. The building is impressive and, once inside, you will feel like Indiana Jones entering a temple! The collection of pre-Columbian art is outstanding and so are the different mosaics that cover the ceilings of...More
So he choose the prettiest pieces to be part of his arqueological collection. And they really are beautiful pieces. Must see. Buy the combo Frida and Diego at Fridas house. A bus takes you for a 20 mins ride to Anahucalli and brings you back.
What an excellent experience. An amazing building, stunningly beautiful objects displayed so tastefully. We revisited after a 25 year hiatus, and we were so glad we did. We will go again.
Amazing place that houses Diego Rivera's collection of hundreds of pre-Colombian artifacts and displayed in a manner of honor and respect.
This is a museum designed by Diago Rivera, but due to his death, he never saw it built. Inside, climb to the roof for a fantastic view of Mexico City and the surrounding area. Inside, make sure to keep looking at the ceilings. The artifacts...More
It's a gift of Diego Rivera, filled with the famous muralist's vast collection of dramatically lit, pre-Hispanic pieces that include pottery and statues. The museum is an imposing structure of black volcanic stone shaped like a pyramid. After Rivera's death, the Anahuacalli was completed by...More