The museum is set in the house where the Modernist poet Tomás Morales (1884-1921) was born. With his unitary work ?Las Rosas de Hércules? he became one of the great innovators who led the way to contemporary Hispanic poetry.
As they are guided through the different rooms, visitors learn about the poet?s life and work through the documental and museographic heritage which is conserved and presented in this Institution and which includes all his personal effects, furniture, pieces of art and documental testimonies of his literary production.
The House-Museum organizes an extensive programme of activities including: The International ?Tomás Morales? Poetry Prize, publishing monographs on Moralian studies in the Tomás Morales Collection, the annual publication of the magazine entitled Estudios Modernistas Moralia and the Memoria Viva poetry collection on Audio-CD, in addition to a series of dissemination activities: concerts, exhibitions, conferences, pre-arranged visits and didactic workshops to support and encourage reading and the Tomás Morales Research Grant intended to stimulate study, research and literary criticism, on the works and the literary context of Tomás Morales.
Tuesdays to Sundays from 10:00 to 18:oo h.
Closed on Mondays, 1st and 6th January, 1st May, 24th, 25th and 31st December.
Store or family legacy from the poet and other modernist stores.
Temporary exhibition: Related to our stores and following specific themes.