National Museum of the Tequila



REVIEW

It opened its doors on January 29, 2000. The building that harbors the museum comes from the early 20th century. It is located in the downtown of the city of Tequila, whose name comes from the word: Tequillan, which means: Place where it is cut. Its main objective is to make known the history and uses of the maguey in Mexico, from Pre-Hispanic times to the present.

The building that harbors it comes from the late Porfirian period. Its distribution is traditional of the stately houses of the dominant classes during that period. Hallways with powerful arches and a central courtyard make up this beautiful precinct, a space consisting of five permanent exhibition rooms, one temporary exhibitions room, and a store; in the courtyard, a Pre-Hispanic oven, and a mill.

ADDRESS

Ramón Corona 34 Centro CP 46400, Tequila, Jalisco , Tequila, Jalisco

OPENNING HOURS

From Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 - 17:00 hrs.

PRICES

$15

SERVICIOS

Store | Auditorium

CONTACT

Tel. (374) 7420 313

ACTIVITIES OF THIS PRECINCT

A Tour Across the National Museum of the Tequila

January 03 2015 to December 31 2020