Fragata ARA Sarmiento, Buenos Aires

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.4/5 based on 1,800+ reviews on the web
Imagine the thrill of sailing the wild seas a century ago as you step aboard Fragata ARA Sarmiento. Built in 1898 as a training vessel for the Argentine navy, the frigate could hold more than 300 crew in its heyday, during which it served on 37 training voyages. Since its retirement in 1939, the ship has been painstakingly restored, showcasing the lush interior that housed many of its officers over the years. Bring the kids along, and let them act out their pirate fantasies as they run around the ship's deck. Use our Buenos Aires vacation trip planner to add Fragata ARA Sarmiento and other attractions to your Buenos Aires vacation plans.
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  • It is worth visiting this former frigate, which contains lots of interesting information about the naval history. the exploration of the boat allows you to feel what it was like to be and work on a vessel, as well as preserved original aspects, such as the captain's cabins, some old appliances and the dining table. Program not to be missed.
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  • Frigate school. Very interesting to see how it worked a large vessel at that time. Recommend the tour. Is the dam of Puerto Madero and 3 costs $ 10.00
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  • We find her strolling through puerto madero, and we decided to enter. Inside you can learn a little of the military history of Argentina as well as seeing the frigate on the inside.
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  • Esta viejo, pero muy bueno
  • Beautiful
  • you'll find many restaurants there.
  • For 2 pesos you get to know a lot of marines, and good pictures.
  • Excelente museo flotante
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