Three Museums in Mexico City

A cultural mecca, Mexico City has plenty to offer museumgoers. From the anthropological treasures to contemporary art, you’re sure to find something that captivates even the hardest to impress world traveler. Here are my top three suggestions.

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Traveling with Young Art Lovers

When I was young, I was incredibly into art (this has not changed as I’ve gotten older). My parents did a wonderful job of helping me have meaningful artistic experiences when we traveled, which taught me how to incorporate art not only into my travels, but also into my everyday life. Here are some suggestions for help your young art lovers get the most out of their travel experiences.

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Three Museums in Mexico City

A cultural mecca, Mexico City has plenty to offer museumgoers. From the anthropological treasures to contemporary art, you’re sure to find something that captivates even the hardest to impress world traveler. Here are my top three suggestions.

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Three Must-See “Lesser Known” Museums in Paris

There is much to love about France’s capital city, Paris. As the saying goes, “Paris is for lovers” – food lovers, history lovers, and, of course, art lovers. Here are my recommendations for when you've already seen Le Musée d’Orsay and the Louvre.

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Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera's Mexico City

Frida Kahlo and husband Diego Rivera are two of Mexico City's most admired and highly regarded artists. Back when both were still living, Diego was the more celebrated and well known between them. These days, it's definitely his wife who's more likely to receive mention among fans of Mexican art. Whomever of this creative duo you prefer, each left a lasting mark on their hometown, and trip to Mexico City doesn't feel complete without being able to check out some work by both of them.

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