Murales de Diego Rivera Tours

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Murales de Diego Rivera
No trip to Mexico City is complete without a stop at Murales de Diego Rivera. Here, visitors can see the country’s most famous work of art by perhaps the nation’s most beloved artist. The massive fresco “Dream on a Sunday Afternoon in the Alamdea” was painted in 1947 and originally housed in the grand ballroom of the Hotel del Prado, before damage from a major earthquake sent the mural to its current location.

Measuring 15 meters by four meters, Rivera’s well-known mural depicts epic moments in Mexico’s history and includes famous political leaders as well as commonplace citizens. A nearby sketch identifies the multiple historic figures represented in Rivera’s masterpiece, and while it’s possible to see the fresco in a matter of minutes, visitors should allow at least an hour to truly enjoy the rich details this great work has to offer.

Practical Info

The museum is located in Calle Colon near the Hilton Hotel and is open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. It is closed Mondays. Admission is just 19 pesos.
Address: Balderas y Colon s/n, Centro Historico, Ciudad de Mexico, DF, Mexico
Hours: Tue-Sun 10am-6pm
Admission: Admission: $19 pesos
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