Real art life, if you love frida khaki and diego rivera art you must come to visit the blue house in Coyoacán. You will see all the furniture and items that they had and in the same order as they used to use them. You will find good information in English and Spanish. You can buy things in the inside store and also you can enjoy a good snack in the blue house.
I know this is total and complete sacrilege on like 20 different levels to say this, but I don't really like Frida Kahlo. (Dodging tomatoes now...) But I do love Diego Rivera, and history, and Mexico City. So I'm happy that this museum has way more than enough Frida to make fans happy, but enough Diego Rivera artwork (no big murals, but you can visit those elsewhere in the DF), cool pre-Columbian artifacts, and fascinating history to make this museum worthwhile for pretty much anyone.
Museo Frida Kahlo is located in La Casa Azul, the place where Kahlo was born, lived and died. For admirers of her work or even just those who recognize the mark she made on history, it's fantastic to see the space she created for herself and learn more about her struggle.
Casa Azul was at the top of my list of places to visit in Mexico City. It gave a glimpse into the life of Frida Kahlo. I found the special exhibit of her clothing very interesting! Visit early on a weekday to avoid a long line or buy your tickets in advance online!
The house were Frida lived is a must see in Mexico City. However if you want to see her work, there is not a lot here.
A must, try to book tickets in advance because the lines are long. The souvenir shop has nothing of much interest.