Venustiano Carranza lived in this house, now converted into a museum, during the last months of his life. Historians will be interested to see the Plan de Guadaloupe, drafted by Carranza, as well as photographs of the 218 members of the legislative council that approved the country's present constitution on February 5, 1917. Included among the other exhibits are furniture, personal objects, documents and photographs from that crucial period of Mexican history. Admission costs 17 pesos; free on Sundays and Public Holidays for students and teachers with ID.
- Open Hours: Sunday from 11:00 AM to 03:00 PM, Tuesday to Saturday from 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM
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