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Skip the Line: Diego Rivera Museum and Home Entrance Ticket in Guanajuato

Skip the Line: Diego Rivera Museum and Home Entrance Ticket in Guanajuato - Guanajuato, Mexico

Duration: 4 to 6 hrs
Location: Guanajuato, Mexico

From USD
$1.68

Save time and take advantage of this unique option with TripAdvisor/Viator to buy your entrance ticket to theDiego Rivera Museum and Home in Guanajuato, skipping the lines and avoiding long waiting times.

By booking this ticket, all you will need to do is a simple exchange in advance, getting inside the museum in less than 2 minutes.

Visit the place where Diego Rivera was born. Nowadays it's an excellent museum created to pay homage to the famous painter (curiously enough, Rivera was considered a persona non grata for several years due to his political beliefs). 

Diego and Carlos Rivera (his twin brother) were born in 1886 ... More info ›

Save time and take advantage of this unique option with TripAdvisor/Viator to buy your entrance ticket to theDiego Rivera Museum and Home in Guanajuato, skipping the lines and avoiding long waiting times.

By booking this ticket, all you will need to do is a simple exchange in advance, getting inside the museum in less than 2 minutes.

Visit the place where Diego Rivera was born. Nowadays it's an excellent museum created to pay homage to the famous painter (curiously enough, Rivera was considered a persona non grata for several years due to his political beliefs). 

Diego and Carlos Rivera (his twin brother) were born in 1886. Carlos died young, at the age of two, while Diego lived there until he was near 6 years old, and the family decided to move to Mexico City.

When you visit the former house, you'll recognize the ground floor as a recreation of the Rivera home, filled with antiques that go back to the 19th-century. Once you go through the upper floors, you'll find a permanent collection of preliminary sketches and his first works (the sketches are even a glimpse to his then famous murals in Mexico City).

But this museum is not only devoted to Diego Rivera's life: You'll also find a nude of Frida Kahlo, as well as several halls where you'll get to know the works of both Mexican and international artists.

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Admission Ticket: Museo Casa de Leon Trotsky

Admission Ticket: Museo Casa de Leon Trotsky - Mexico City, Mexico

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Mexico City, Mexico

From USD
$2.00

Walk in the steps of Leon Trotsky and discover the way he lived. The León Trotsky Museum keeps all of his belongings intact and exhibits photographs of his family and his life as a revolutionary., His ashes and those of his wife-Natalia Sedova are kept in the Gardens of the Museum.  

The fence on the windows, high walls, and four towers and bulletproof doors all demonstrate the control and security surrounding the house of the Trotsky family. 

This building is a historic monument that opened in 1990 and houses the Institute of Asylum Law Museum Casa de León Trotsky A.C., which has exhibition halls, an auditorium for 80 people, and the library "Rafael Galván" with books on social, economic and political issues. 
 
You can find a good range of cultural activities, from storytelling workshops, talks on a very particular topic, to cineclub with great debates ... More info ›

Walk in the steps of Leon Trotsky and discover the way he lived. The León Trotsky Museum keeps all of his belongings intact and exhibits photographs of his family and his life as a revolutionary., His ashes and those of his wife-Natalia Sedova are kept in the Gardens of the Museum.  

The fence on the windows, high walls, and four towers and bulletproof doors all demonstrate the control and security surrounding the house of the Trotsky family. 

This building is a historic monument that opened in 1990 and houses the Institute of Asylum Law Museum Casa de León Trotsky A.C., which has exhibition halls, an auditorium for 80 people, and the library "Rafael Galván" with books on social, economic and political issues. 
 
You can find a good range of cultural activities, from storytelling workshops, talks on a very particular topic, to cineclub with great debates.
You can also enjoy Mexican cuisine in the garden!

Activity includes a full admission ticket to visit the museum. Every entrance will come with a guide that will take you through the museum and give you explanations about Leon Trotsky's life history. 

The fence on the windows, high walls, and four towers and bulletproof doors all demonstrate the control and security surrounding the house of the Trotsky family. 

This building is a historic monument that opened in 1990 and houses the Institute of Asylum Law Museum Casa de León Trotsky A.C., which has exhibition halls, an auditorium for 80 people, and the library "Rafael Galván" with books on social, economic and political issues. 
 
You can find a good range of cultural activities, from storytelling workshops, talks on a very particular topic, to cineclub with great debates. 
You can also enjoy Mexican cuisine in the garden!

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Skip the Line: Exhacienda San Gabriel de Barrera Entrance Ticket

Skip the Line: Exhacienda San Gabriel de Barrera Entrance Ticket - Guanajuato, Mexico

Duration: 8 to 10 hrs
Location: Guanajuato, Mexico

From USD
$2.46

Save time and take advantage of this unique option with TripAdvisor/Viator to buy your entrance ticket to Ex-Hacienda San Gabriel de Barrera Museum, skipping the lines and avoiding long waiting times.

By booking this ticket, all you will need to do is a simple exchange in advance, getting inside the museum in less than 2 minutes.

Visit Ex-Hacienda San Gabriel de Barrera Museum which has offered comfort and amicable views, filled with nature and architecture.

Originally known as the Ex-Hacienda de Barrera Grande, it had formerly its entrance located on the bridge over the Guanajuato River. Later, Captain Gabriel de la Barrera founded the Barrera family dynasty, along with the creation of a series of haciendas and mills to ensure the transcendence of the family name: Hence, the creation of  Hacienda de Barrera Grande, Hacienda de Barrera en Medio, Hacienda de San Antonio de Barrera, Hacienda de Dolores and Hacienda de Sacramento. 

The inside of this hacienda can be divided in three parts, but of course you can choose how and where to begin:

The first part covers offices and recreational spaces ... More info ›

Save time and take advantage of this unique option with TripAdvisor/Viator to buy your entrance ticket to Ex-Hacienda San Gabriel de Barrera Museum, skipping the lines and avoiding long waiting times.

By booking this ticket, all you will need to do is a simple exchange in advance, getting inside the museum in less than 2 minutes.

Visit Ex-Hacienda San Gabriel de Barrera Museum which has offered comfort and amicable views, filled with nature and architecture.

Originally known as the Ex-Hacienda de Barrera Grande, it had formerly its entrance located on the bridge over the Guanajuato River. Later, Captain Gabriel de la Barrera founded the Barrera family dynasty, along with the creation of a series of haciendas and mills to ensure the transcendence of the family name: Hence, the creation of  Hacienda de Barrera Grande, Hacienda de Barrera en Medio, Hacienda de San Antonio de Barrera, Hacienda de Dolores and Hacienda de Sacramento. 

The inside of this hacienda can be divided in three parts, but of course you can choose how and where to begin:

The first part covers offices and recreational spaces. The second part is devoted to religious services: You'll see a small chapel and an altarpiece. Finally, the third and last section used to be a work area, including areas of extraction, where now lie gardens; storage areas, aqueducts, tanks and stables.

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Skip the Line: Museo Mural Diego Rivera Ticket

Skip the Line: Museo Mural Diego Rivera Ticket - Mexico City, Mexico

Duration: 6 to 8 hrs
Location: Mexico City, Mexico

From USD
$2.48

Save time and take advantage of this unique option with TripAdvisor/Viator to buy your entrance ticket to the Museo Mural Diego Rivera, skipping the lines and avoiding long waiting times.

By booking this ticket, all you will need to do is a simple exchange right before the entrance, getting inside the museum in less than 2 minutes.

Save time and take advantage of this unique visit option, where you'll visit this famous museum at your own pace, and deciding where to begin and without the rush of a guide.

The Museo Mural Diego Rivera is home to one of Diego Rivera’s most famous works, Sueño de una tarde dominical en la Alameda Central (Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda Central), a mural painted in 1947 where the painter re-imagined many of the figures who walked past the city streets, going from colonial times onward.

Among the characters you'll find in the painting are Hernán Cortés, Benito Juárez, Porfirio Díaz and Francisco I ... More info ›

Save time and take advantage of this unique option with TripAdvisor/Viator to buy your entrance ticket to the Museo Mural Diego Rivera, skipping the lines and avoiding long waiting times.

By booking this ticket, all you will need to do is a simple exchange right before the entrance, getting inside the museum in less than 2 minutes.

Save time and take advantage of this unique visit option, where you'll visit this famous museum at your own pace, and deciding where to begin and without the rush of a guide.

The Museo Mural Diego Rivera is home to one of Diego Rivera’s most famous works, Sueño de una tarde dominical en la Alameda Central (Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda Central), a mural painted in 1947 where the painter re-imagined many of the figures who walked past the city streets, going from colonial times onward.

Among the characters you'll find in the painting are Hernán Cortés, Benito Juárez, Porfirio Díaz and Francisco I. Madero, all of them grouped around a Catrina (skeleton in pre-revolutionary women’s garb). Rivera himself, as well as Frida Kahlo, are located standing beside the skeleton.

The museum was built in 1986 to house the mural, after its original location, the Hotel del Prado, was wrecked by the 1985 earthquake.

Don't miss the chance of visiting some of the most representative works of the famous Mexican artist.

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Skip the Line: Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo Ticket

Skip the Line: Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo Ticket - Mexico City, Mexico

Duration: 5 to 7 hrs
Location: Mexico City, Mexico

From USD
$2.48

Save time and take advantage of this unique option with TripAdvisor/Viator to buy your entrance ticket to the Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo, skipping the lines.
By booking this ticket, all you will need to do is a simple exchange in advance, getting inside the museum in less than 2 minutes.

This unique museum was designed by Juan O'Gorman, mutual friend of both Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Both painters lived here for six years, from 1934 to 1940 after living in the United States. 

Curiously, even if the couple lived together in this complex, each artist had their own house, included O'Gorman, who also lived there ... More info ›

Save time and take advantage of this unique option with TripAdvisor/Viator to buy your entrance ticket to the Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo, skipping the lines.
By booking this ticket, all you will need to do is a simple exchange in advance, getting inside the museum in less than 2 minutes.

This unique museum was designed by Juan O'Gorman, mutual friend of both Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Both painters lived here for six years, from 1934 to 1940 after living in the United States. 

Curiously, even if the couple lived together in this complex, each artist had their own house, included O'Gorman, who also lived there. This place was where Frida produced most of her most famous works. She lived here until 1941, when her father died and she returned to the blue house in Coyoacan.

The area which was formerly Rivera’s house, preserves his upstairs studio and his collection of Judas and skulls as well as his collection of pre-Hispanic art and Mexican crafts. He lived here until he died in 1957. 

In the case of Frida and O'Gorman's houses, both were emptied and are now devoted to temporary exhibits.

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Cozumel Island Museum

Cozumel Island Museum - Quintana Roo, Mexico

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Quintana Roo, Mexico

From USD
$4.00

The guardian of Cozumel island´s secrets is waiting to share with you its history, ecological richness and the interesting Mayan and contemporary culture through its four permanent exhibition rooms and temporary exhibits dedicated to local, national and international art.
 

The museum is housed by a historical building from the 30´s which was one of the first hotels on the island. It offers in four permanent exhibit rooms a wide view to the local geography, ecosystems, history and culture.
 
You can visit the museum to know about the origin, the development, and the customs of the inhabitants of the island ... More info ›

The guardian of Cozumel island´s secrets is waiting to share with you its history, ecological richness and the interesting Mayan and contemporary culture through its four permanent exhibition rooms and temporary exhibits dedicated to local, national and international art.
 

The museum is housed by a historical building from the 30´s which was one of the first hotels on the island. It offers in four permanent exhibit rooms a wide view to the local geography, ecosystems, history and culture.
 
You can visit the museum to know about the origin, the development, and the customs of the inhabitants of the island. The main function of the museum is to protect and preserve the cultural heritage of the Cozumel population.
 
It is a space in which the most varied creative manifestations are featured. It is also a living entity where the active participation of creators and cultural organizations through workshops, exhibitions, and various artistic and cultural activities is fundamental.
 
The “Museo de la Isla” museum has multiple uses areas where painting, dance and theater workshops are given to children, young and adults. It also has an auditorium for cultural events as well as educational consultants who direct guided tours for groups of students.

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