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Museo Casa de la Zacatecana

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Interesting museum to visit

An hour of your time would be sufficient to visit this former house with its mystery, showed in a... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
elyem
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munich
Second time around

I love wondering through this house and the story of the woman who lived her. Intrigue it was... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2018
Virginia R
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Worcester, Massachusetts
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The Casa de la Zacatecana (Zacatecan's Home) Museum features a collection of decorative art from Mexico, Europe and the East, as well as sculptures and paintings dating back to the Seventeenth to Twentieth Centuries. The museum is named after the...more
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Independencia No. 59, Centro Historico | Entre Luis Pasteur y Dr. Río de la Loza, Queretaro City 76000, Mexico
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+52 442 224 0758
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Reviewed 5 days ago

An hour of your time would be sufficient to visit this former house with its mystery, showed in a movie.

Thank elyem
Reviewed 19 March 2018

I love wondering through this house and the story of the woman who lived her. Intrigue it was. Won't give it away but I must to see the furniture and listen to the story. I lived in Germany for 10 years and lots of heavy...More

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Reviewed 1 November 2017

Centrally located in el centro so easy to find (with map app). A very nice and itneresting presentation on how the wleathy of the 19th century lived in QRO. Interesting display of period furniture in wealthy MX and a wonderful story of what happened in...More

1  Thank sharem57
Reviewed 29 October 2017

very interesting especially for tourists, was amazed to find it tucked away, lovely to be able to just walk around

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Reviewed 8 May 2017

On a quiet side street, this museum is different from the other sites in the colonial center -- this one shows how upper class in Queretaro lived in the 19th century. Beautiful furnishings, ceramics, paintings and more. The other unusual aspect is the story of...More

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Reviewed 16 November 2016

The house itself has been beautifully restored, and each room has beautiful collections. I really enjoyed looking at the furniture and the glassware, and the view over Querétaro from the lookout is stunning.

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Reviewed 15 October 2016

Here you can learn about the legend of this house while you learn more about the daily life od mexican people in XIX century

1  Thank SergioLisboa
Reviewed 15 September 2016

Old home with a very interesting history. Great period furniture. Unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. I would recommend it for people interested in learning about this period of Mexican history.

1  Thank beatrizcordov47
Reviewed 14 March 2016

Fairly organised and regulated for a small place. The entry ticket includes a part guided tour in Spanish followed with relevant videos. If you're a history buff and like connecting with the characters who once lived there - you'd love it!

1  Thank Manoj492
Reviewed 18 February 2016

Allegedly the site of an 18th-century crime of passion (luridly recounted in an explanatory video), the Casa de la Zacatecana is primarily interesting as an intact example of a colonial residence of the period. Each of the patio-facing rooms on two floors has been furnished...More

1  Thank Kirk E
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