Casa Natal de Juan Ramón Jiménez

Casa Natal de Juan Ramón Jiménez
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The Birth House of Juan Ramón Jiménez was sent to build in 1874 by the father of the poet. In this house the Nobel Prize was born on December 23, 1881 and lived until his four years. It is located at number 2 of the important, populous and marine Ribera street.

It is a building of typical Andalusian construction from the end of the 19th century, with great influences from the Neomudéjar movement that is perfectly appreciated in the central balcony of the facade. It has a spacious central patio, a large roof terrace and a viewpoint. It consists of 8 rooms dedicated to the family of Juan Ramón, to the numerous wineries of the Moguer of the 19th century, to Platero and I ... among others.

Accessibility for the disabled on the ground floor. No access for the disabled on the first floor and viewpoint.

Individual: €1/pers. Family (couple and children aged 6 to 17): €3/family Groups (minimum of 20 people): €0.50/pers.

Opening Times: Mornings, Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am to 2.30 pm Evenings, Tuesday to Saturday: 5 pm to 7 pm Mondays and public holidays: closed Summer timetable (15 June to 15 September) Mornings, Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am to 2.30 pm (Saturdays and Sundays: opens at 11 am) Evenings, Tuesday to Saturday: 6 pm to 8 pm Mondays and public holidays: closed Semi-night visits (July and August) Tuesday: 8 pm to 11 pm (prior reservation is required) Guided tours: minimum 20 people. Booking is recommended for groups.

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Casa Natal de Juan Ramón Jiménez
Calle Ribera, 2, 21800
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