Museo Beatle, Buenos Aires

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Museo Beatle showcases the largest collection of Beatles memorabilia in the world. It is the personal collection of the owner, who holds the Guinness world record for having the largest collection. Step inside the small museum to find records, posters, newspaper articles, album covers, clothing, and typical merchandise such as key rings and coffee mugs. To plan Buenos Aires vacation without wasting time, ask Inspirock to design an itinerary.
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  • If you're a beatles fan for sure worth the visit! Museo small but with a lot of information about the band, next is The Cavern Coffee that is the same owner and also has a super cool decor.
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  • This small, but interesting museum showing the career of the Fab Four is located at the back part of a theater gallery at Corrientes avenue. In weekends, the museum opens in the evening (17h).The entr...  more »
  • The Museum is located in a beautiful Gallery, cost 150 pesos per person entrance, many interesting items, divided by chronological order, who like the band is a great ride
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  • We went on a Sunday, in the high season of tourism (early January), in the opening hours indicated by Google (17:00), to find both the Museum as the breakfast open to 18:00. Coffee opened at this time, but the Museum had not yet opened. The coffee boy said they weren't finding the keys to the Museum (!!!). To 18:30 the Lady at the box office told us that the Museum would open in half an hour. At 19:00, the Museum had not yet opened and the Lady at the box office asked us to wait another half hour. We left very disappointed, and in these 2 hours of waiting, we see many other visitors coming, seeing the Museum closed and leaving. Very amateurish for anyone who wants to carry a name so important as "Beatles" or "Museum". In the end, the most interesting was the lunch we made in Don Fermino, the structure of the Paseo Plaza and the Dove we observe mount your nest for 2 hours. This is the second time I've been to Buenos Aires and I try to visit the Museum, and the second time I was disappointed.
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  • Great Museum! Absolutely recommended! When I visited it I was not with great expectations, however, the place took me by surprise. A large collection of Liverpool, great for those who love his music, is a great pleasure to visit this museum.
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  • He was thrilled to see things of my idols ever! Very good attention. Amazing collection!
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  • Charge entry. Once inside you'll find original parts of the Beatles, as well as history, among others. You can take photos inside. It's not very big. At the exit you can take souvenirs (pens, Quills, load bearing). If you're late you can walk with confidence.
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  • Beautiful place. The collection is huge and that the physical space is small, it is is renewed continuously since cannot be displayed all at once and also collector continuously still looking for new items to collect.
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