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Historical Museum of the Mexican Revolution

Calle 10a. No. 3010, Chihuahua 31050, Mexico
+52 614 416 2958
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A MUST visit!!!

If you are interested in Mexican history then this is a must visit! It was information overload... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Leesibeth F

The guide did really his best explaining why Francesco Villa was so important to the Mexican... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2017
Utrecht, The Netherlands
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Calle 10a. No. 3010, Chihuahua 31050, Mexico
+52 614 416 2958
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Reviewed 6 days ago

If you are interested in Mexican history then this is a must visit! It was information overload. It might be a good idea to know all the important figures during this time period. It's not all Pancho Villa. At times we did get a little...More

Thank Leesibeth F
Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

The guide did really his best explaining why Francesco Villa was so important to the Mexican revolution, although in Spanish. The building itself is nice and the car in which aforementioned personality was killed is on display, however all the old furniture is only important...More

Thank iWiebe
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

This museum is great. Entrance fee is only 10 pesos and there are guided tours to get some historic information.

Thank jcisinthehouse
Reviewed 9 April 2017

This is also known as the "Pancho Villa" house or Quinta Luz for Luz Corral, his wife. You will see the car he was in when he was assassinated as well as many objects of the time, an impressive mural, lots of interesting rooms.

Thank JackieMQ
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

Built on land purchased for business the home was built for his wife Señora doña Luz Corral and called "Quinta Luz". It is dedicated to the life and death of Mexican Revolutionary, Francisco "Pancho" Villa. Villa was taking a fairly standard visit to Parral, Mexico on...More

Thank Paul D
Reviewed 17 December 2016

The house/museum is located about 1km from the central square of Chihuahua. Very interesting place with a good variety of memorabilia and information about the revolution. Well worth the walk to discover so much about Pancho Villa and his wife.

Thank CB2111
Reviewed 29 July 2016

Very good overview of Mexican revolution looking thru Pancho Villa wife home and museum, very interesting artifacts like the car were he was shoot

Thank Marcos M
Reviewed 25 July 2016

We were not expecting to visit this museum; Quinta Gameros was closed due to private party, ended up very happy with our alternative choice. Information is well-presented and interesting.

Thank breadcrumb
Reviewed 7 July 2016

Enjoyed learning more about the revolution and Pancho Villa. Great artifacts including the car he was shot in. It gives you a great portrait of that time in history.

Thank mazyman
Reviewed 16 June 2016

Pancho Villa is a Mexican icon in the revolution and this museum portraits not only his participation and assassination, but gives a lot of information of this historical period in Mexican history. The place is run by the army, and it is very well kept....More

Thank JesusFK
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