Before Banksy, there was Diego Rivera, and his work stirred up as much tension and debate throughout Mexico. And since Guanajuato is his hometown, it's only appropriate for there to be a museum in his internationally acclaimed honor.
The museum takes up three floors of what was actually Diego Rivera's house, with the main floor restored to what it would have looked like in the late 19th century when the artist was born. This includes historic furniture and accessories owned by the family. The other three floors showcase Diego's paintings and other artistic works along with pieces of late 18th-century memorabilia.