It's a moving tribute to Freda. She was born (1907) & died here.The home is today a museum dedicated her art (& tragic) life. She spent the last 13 years of her life there.
It gives a good glimpse of how wealthy Mexican bohemian artists and intellectuals lived during the first half of the 20th century.
Mexican Revolution, her mother would open the windows of this house in order to donate supplies to the Zapata army.
The museum is decorated with lots of Mexican folk art, Kahlo’s own personal art collection, pre-Hispanic art, photographs, postcards and letters.There are also works by José María Velasco, Paul Klee and Diego Rivera (her husband).
This wing was added on by Diego Rivera (volcanic stone and shells).