Travel Tales of Argentina
Do you love museums? Buenos Aires has dozens of world class museums that feature artistic endeavors from Argentina, South America and the rest of the world. If you plan on spending a few days in Buenos Aires, why not enjoy a relaxing afternoon visit to the most famous museum in Argentina, The MALBA. With great local and international exhibitions, iconic (and historic) films as well as a lovely cafe to people watch, The MALBA has something for every visitor.
Outside view of MALBA
MALBA Museum Hours
Thursday through Monday and National Holidays from 12:00 to 20:00, and Wednesday till 21:00.
Adults: $60 pesos. Teachers and Seniors: $30 pesos. Students: $30 pesos. Children under 5: Free. Closed Tuesday.
For those who are even more passionate about their museums, discover the Museum Mile of Buenos Aires. History, art, technology, science and famous artists come together along almost forty blocks crossing three neighbourhoods in the northern part of Buenos Aires.
One of the entrances of the museum which will take your breath away
Here is a list of some great Buenos Aires Museums to visit:
1 Torre Monumental
2 Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernández Blanco
3 Museo Ferroviario
4 Museo de Arquitectura y Diseño de la Sociedad Central de Arquitectos
5 Palais de Glace
6 Centro Cultural Recoleta
7 Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
8 Museo del Automóvil Club Argentino
9 Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo
10 Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández
11 Museo Metropolitano
13 Museo Evita
14 Museo del Planetario de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires Galileo Galilei
15 Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sívori
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