The Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli or simply Anahuacalli Museum is a museum located in Coyoacán, in the south of Mexico City.
The unique museum was conceived and created by muralist, Diego Rivera, who, motivated by his own interest in Mexican culture, collected nearly 50,000 pre-Hispanic pieces during his life, and projected a building to place and exhibit them. Rivera and his wife, the painter, Frida Kahlo, intended to build two museums as a legacy for Mexico. The house that he and Kahlo lived in, known as La Casa Azul now houses the Frida Kahlo Museum and is located 3.1 miles away, in the heart of the former village of Coyoacán.
Tue - Sun: 11 am - 5 pm
Tours take place every half-hour.
Admission for foreigners: MXN 80
General admission: MXN 60
Reduced: MXN 15
Official website http://www.museoanahuacalli.org.mx/index.html#
Phone +52 55 5617 3797
Address Museo 150, Coyoacán, San Pablo Tepetlapa, 04620 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
Coordinates 19°19'21.264" N -99°8'40.366" E