Rosalía spent the last years of her life in this house and died here on July 15, 1885. It was restored in 1971 and converted into a House Museum in 1972, housing the foundation that bears her name. The “Centro de Estudos Rosalianos” (Centre of Rosalía Studies) was erected beside the house.
The two floors take us on a tour of the events that marked Rosalía’s life and work. At the same time, the building shows what a rural house from that time was like, halfway between a farmhouse and a stately home.
We recommend walking from this House Museum to another point on the route: the Cemetery of Adina, following the train tracks. If you have time, you can also walk as far as Pazo de Arretén, although this building is private property.
In Rosalía’s footsteps 360 application!
Discover each of the places making up the Rosalía de Castro Route by means of the 360 application