Museo Del Che Guevara, Alta Gracia

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Take a close look at the revolutionary Che Guevara’s life at Museo Del Che Guevara. When you enter the museum, be sure to grab a pamphlet that describes the exhibits in English, as the exhibits and guides are all in Spanish. Built within the teenage home of Guevara, the museum walks you through his life, especially his younger years, and includes many small facts not often known about him. You'll get to see several of his articles, such as his motorcycle, which he drove around South America. Use our Alta Gracia travel itinerary planner to visit Museo Del Che Guevara on your trip to Alta Gracia, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Excellent a magical place. There is no miss the opportunity to 35 pesos entrance approximately 2.5 dollars.
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  • IN this city the Museum is more famous, and that many foreign people come, you can see very clearly the testimonies cards photos etc from a time
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  • Very good experience visiting the House of Che Guevara, where she spent her childhood. It allows you to explore the spaces and the way in which he lived, there are many objects, stories and documentation. Essential to your visit.
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  • Quite a nice little museum in the house where Che Guevara spend a big part of his childhood. Born in Rosario his parents moved to the hillside of Cordoba for the fresh air as he suffered from Asthma. Video of their former housekeeper talking about his youth is interesting and it also has a replica of his motorcycle that he used for his first trip around Latin America as immortalized in the Motorcycle Diaries. Makes a good combination with visiting the Unesco World Heritage Jesuit estancia that is only a few blocks away in the center of town
  • Just a normal museum
  • Very interesting and very cordial attention. Very neat
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  • A historic for the life of the Commander, exciting and inspiring journey. Super recommended
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  • Has good pictures, the guide explains very well, cute patio rear, area quiet and easy to park. Input more than accessible pirque leaves 15 pesos (August 2016.) In front there is a kiosk with souvenirs... etc
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