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Amado Nervo House Museum

Tepic

For poetry lovers, Tepic is a special destination because it is the birthplace of one of Mexico's most beloved and admired modernist poets, Juan Crisóstomo Ruiz de Nervo, better known as Amado Nervo.

Just two blocks from the cathedral, on the central street of Zacatecas No. 284, is the old neoclassical-style house built during the 19th century, where the writer was born in 1870 and took his first steps before dedicating himself fully to his passion for literature.

Since April 1970, the rooms of the house have been converted into exhibition rooms of the museum dedicated to the famous son of this city.

We recommend that you schedule a guided tour inside this building in which you can admire photographs, relevant documents in his literary work, personal items, and furniture that belonged to Nervo.

Although the museum only has three rooms, they are sufficient for the public to delve into the life and work of Amado Nervo and discover how daily life in the region greatly influenced his writings. In fact, there are several photographs and documentation of the city to broaden the panorama.

In addition, the Museo Casa Amado Nervo (Amado Nervo House Museum) organizes various conferences, editorial presentations, concerts, and literary initiation workshops to promote poetry among residents and visitors.

For poetry lovers, Tepic is a special destination because it is the birthplace of one of Mexico's most beloved and admired modernist poets, Juan Crisóstomo Ruiz de Nervo, better known as Amado Nervo.

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Just two blocks from the cathedral, on the central street of Zacatecas No. 284, is the old neoclassical-style house built during the 19th century, where the writer was born in 1870 and took his first steps before dedicating himself fully to his passion for literature.

Since April 1970, the rooms of the house have been converted into exhibition rooms of the museum dedicated to the famous son of this city.

We recommend that you schedule a guided tour inside this building in which you can admire photographs, relevant documents in his literary work, personal items, and furniture that belonged to Nervo.

Although the museum only has three rooms, they are sufficient for the public to delve into the life and work of Amado Nervo and discover how daily life in the region greatly influenced his writings. In fact, there are several photographs and documentation of the city to broaden the panorama.

In addition, the Museo Casa Amado Nervo (Amado Nervo House Museum) organizes various conferences, editorial presentations, concerts, and literary initiation workshops to promote poetry among residents and visitors.

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