House of Carranza Museum


The House of Carranza Museum is located in a French style building from the beginning of the XX century which was designed by the architect Manuel Stampa in 1908. The house was inhabited by Venustiano Carranza from November 1919, for a period of six months, to just before his death. The museum was inaugurated in February 1961. It was integrated to the INAH network in February 1993 and its museographic restructuring was done in 1998. At one hundred years of its construction, the INAH and the House of Carranza Museum have worked together to restore and give maintenance to both the building and the furniture that is kept in it. As part of the Centennial celebrations of the House of Carranza, a photographic exhibition on the history of the building, whose space was used equally as a house for its owner and military quarter for the Revolutionary Army, Presidential house, offices, embassy and museum, is shown.


Río Lerma 35 , esquina con Río Amazonas, Cuauhtémoc, C.P. 6500, México, Ciudad de México


From Tuesday to Saturday, 09:00 - 18:00 hrs.
Entrada gratuita a menores de 12 años, adultos mayores, jubilados, pensionados, personas con discapacidad, estudiantes y maestros con credencial vigente.
domingo, 10:00 - 16:00 hrs.
Los días 25 de diciembre y 1°. de enero, el museo permanecerá cerrado.




Domingos entrada libre
Maestros, estudiantes, niños menores de 13 años e INAPAM entrada libre
La utilización de videocámara está sujeta al pago de derechos


Interactive activities | Auditorium | Elevator | On Site Museum | Ramp | Lavatories | Ticket office | Lobby

Tel. (55) 5535 2920 y (55) 5546 6494