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.
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.
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!
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 in a different historical style, though few of the objects on display are original to... 更多
They tell you the spooky story about the people that used to live there. The museum if full of antiques and old furniture, your not allowed to take photos unless you pay extra. My boyfriend didn't find it interesting, but I love to see antique and vintage things, so I enjoyed the museum.
I found this beautiful house interesting to visit and the videos of the Zacatecana legend were entertaining enough but the price seemed a bit high for what was offered (maybe teenagers should be free then it would be OK). It takes about 45 minutes to view the two videos and visit the twelve rooms. There are many beautiful art objects... 更多
A must visit museum. Amazing variety of artifacts and the house and family who occupied it have an interesting history too. Lovely architecture and full value for money.