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La Casa de los Venados is a must see if you are in Valladolid.
I went there after a friend of mine wrote about it on her blog, without being particularly interested in Mexican art. I had no idea I would enjoy it this must!...More
A must see in Valladolid. What a great tour. This is like a museum, but it is actually someone's house. They are avid collectors of artwork. You are walking through their house/mansion. All of the pieces have been specifically commissioned by the owners over the...More
Really unique collection of Mexican folk art organized and showcased in a way to help understanding the Mexican culture, beliefs and really the people. Our guide, David went the extra mile to help is on our way of discovery which put together a lot of...More
I visited Casa de los Venados yesterday for the third time with a couple of friends. David was my guide, also for the third time. He is highly knowledgeable of the house's fabulous collection of Mexican folk art. He guides you through the guest rooms...More
This was by far one of my favourite experiences to see in Valladolid, the house is absolutely stunning and it’s a wonderful experience to see all the Mexican folk art and learn about some of the pieces.
The house is privately owned with the owners...More
Visited Casa de los Venados with the family during a recent trip to Mexico. We missed the organised tour that day but David very kindly offered to take us on a short ‘in promptu’ tour of the house. It is absolutely beautiful, and well worth...More
When my boyfriend told me the first time we are supposed to visit that house, I told him: what a bullishit, are you kidding me? A house like this, from an American living in Mexico, and for free? What is wrong. And of course: I...More
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The tour begins when you knock on the door (once!). They ask for a donation of about 100 pesos per person, which goes to worthwhile local charities. The tour guides look after both the owners and the exhibits. This private... More
The tour begins when you knock on the door (once!). They ask for a donation of about 100 pesos per person, which goes to worthwhile local charities. The tour guides look after both the owners and the exhibits. This private collection is remarkable, built of a genuine love for Mexican folk art and a discerning eye for interest and beauty.