The House Museum Gene Byron is located in the Hacienda Santa Ana, Marfil, Gto, old town in ruins of metals such as gold and silver benefit hacienda mainly, dating of 17th Century, time mining boom in Guanajuato. It was acquired and rebuilt by marriage formed by the Canadian artist Gene Byron and her husband Dr. Virgil Fernández del real, between the years 1960 and 1962, where it was their dwelling place.
The decoration and furniture, chords with the old hacienda profit were carefully selected for them to retain the style of the era.
Visitors may capture the magical atmosphere of each of the spaces which will leave an indelible, imprint not only by the history of mining in Guanajuato, but you artistically wanted to express the artist Gene Byron, both paintings and designs of wood, ceramics, and decorative articles of Tin, brass and copper.
In posthumous tribute to Gene Byron, former hacienda Santa Ana is converted into a Museum and Cultural Center since 1997, which throughout the year are carried out: temporary and permanent exhibitions of regional, national and international artists.
The traditional Sunday concerts with musicians of great quality, playing music Chamber, jazz, etc. Teach piano, guitar, Baroque jewelry, appreciation of the Mexican art and the Universal art.
The Museum Store present sell works by renowned painters of new values which could be large Mexican painting, as well as regional handicrafts and typical clothes from Chiapas.