The museum is spread over several floors in an old building near the center of Guanajuato. The lowest level features the childhood home of Diego Rivera. It is an interesting look into the living conditions for fairly well-off people of that era in Mexico. My kids got a kick out of discovering the 'bathroom' of the time. The art collection is rather small, but provided an interesting look at the Cubist works of Diego Rivera. The highlight is the mural on the upper floor of "Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park" There is a key to the mural that identifies all of the people portrayed on the top-most level.
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