Blas Infante designed and built his own house atop a hill overlooking the River Guadalquivir in 1931. He lived there with his family until his arrest in 1936.
Visitors can tour the recently restored rooms while enjoying an innovative account that revisits the importance of the Father of the Andalusian Homeland and revitalises the origins of his thoughts.
The Casa de Blas Infante was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest by the Andalusian Regional Government on 4 July 2006 and recognised as the first Historical Memory Site on 31 December 2011.
The Museum of Andalusian Autonomy was constructed in the Estate where Blas Infante built his dream home, Dar Al-Farah, between the towns of La Puebla and Coria del Río. This museum was established as a permanent institution for the education, dissemination, conservation and research of Andalusia’s recent history. It is the museum of Andalusian citizenship. It seeks to become an educational benchmark and a centre for promoting research about the memory of our Autonomous Community.
The Andalusian Studies Centre, a foundation supported by the Andalusian Regional Government, seeks to become a benchmark for knowledge on Andalusia’s shared heritage and history for current and future generations. The project to create the Museum of Andalusian Autonomy sought to highlight the democratic values and recent developments in our history, including high-profile social and political events that shaped today’s Andalusia.
The Museum of Andalusian Autonomy is an educational repository that seeks to keep memories alive and explain the most recent history of our Autonomous Community.
It has a permanent exhibition (360 m2) on the History of the Andalusian Autonomy, a temporary exhibition room, an audiovisual and events room, a media library, etc.
Visits to the Casa de Blas Infante, group visits and participation in activities must be booked in advance by calling 955 656 990 or using this booking form.