Casa Dolores, Center for the Study of the Popular Arts of Mexico, houses one of the largest collections of Mexican folk art on the Central Coast.
This museum is located in the historic Botiller Adobe (est. 1843), the only original two-story adobe still standing in the city. Every corner of the home, including the tin art gallery tucked away in the bathroom, is adorned with Mexican folk art.
Casa Dolores is devoted to the collection, preservation, study, and exhibition of an extensive variety of objects of the popular arts of Mexico. Many of the pieces displayed in the museum are unique to various regions in Mexico and collections range from Pre-Hispanic to current day.
Please contact the museum for information.