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Robert Brady Museum

Calle Netzahualcoyotl # 4, Cuernavaca 62000, Mexico
+52 777 318 8554
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Really interesting attraction.

This was a very nice visit. The house is amazing and the art collection varied and beautiful. A... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2016
Miami, Florida
via mobile
What a gem

The Brady is an incredible, albeit small, museum of significant artistic and cultural significance... read more

Reviewed 28 March 2016
San Antonio, Texas
via mobile
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This 16th-century structure, which served as the home of American artist and collector Robert Brady until his death in 1986, displays over 1,000 Mexican works of art and artifacts.
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Calle Netzahualcoyotl # 4, Cuernavaca 62000, Mexico

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Reviewed 29 March 2016 via mobile

This was a very nice visit. The house is amazing and the art collection varied and beautiful. A very tranquil experience unlike the crowded visit to the Frida Kahlo museum in Mexico City. Worth it for 35 pesos.

Thank Deblissta
Reviewed 28 March 2016 via mobile

The Brady is an incredible, albeit small, museum of significant artistic and cultural significance. The art is outstanding but the venue (home) in which it is displayed is beyond outstanding. This is a must visit in Cuernavaca - nearby is the cathedral and some excellent...More

Thank cpatrick54
Reviewed 23 March 2016

I just completed a tour of the Robert Brady House/Museum. It was well worth the $40Peso entry fee. It just amazes me that such a lovely place even exists. Not just the art and antiquities throughout the home, but the home itself. Imagine living in...More

Thank Ray T
Reviewed 18 March 2016 via mobile

Was pleased to spend an hour wandering the rooms and grounds of this lovely oasis in an otherwise unappealing city. It's clear that Cuernavaca was once an alluring draw for creative folks such as Brady and his circle of friends. All details of the house...More

Thank Chris B
Reviewed 15 March 2016

In Cuernavaca's center... a precious private house made museum. I love this place for the peace you feel there, for its style,its colors, for the former owner's art collections you can enjoy there!

Thank -Dame-aux-cles-
Reviewed 12 March 2016 via mobile

Left in same condition as when Robert Brady passed. Colors are amazing as is all the Mexican folk art. Same block as the Cathedral in the Centro Historico.

Thank dicryan
Reviewed 28 February 2016

I first visited this museum 12 years ago so was anxious to go back and see it again. It is really something. Don't try to rush through it, take your time. In each room there are placards that illustrate each piece of art and tells...More

1  Thank nonstop_8
Reviewed 21 February 2016

I very much enjoyed the tour around this interesting house. How wonderful that it has been kept as a museum for others to enjoy, as the owner once did. I like to decorate my own home in colours, so it was nice to see how...More

Thank pumpermum
Reviewed 21 February 2016

There are over 1300 pieces of primitive art in this building of 14 rooms. It was originally the astronomical observatory of Cuernavaca's second bishop. Robert Brady, a wealthy Northamerican, bought it in 1959. The kitchen is done in traditional Mexican style, and there are paintings...More

Thank Mike N
Reviewed 19 February 2016

This museum was not so very long ago, the home of an American artist, world traveler and bon vivant, Robert Brady. Señor Brady filled this property, which literally backs onto the catedral, with art from his travels in Latin America and around the world. Not...More

Thank JeffLookinatFish
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Louisa C
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Don't know the answer. There are many hotels and very reasonable.