Museo Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires

(4.3/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web)
Immerse yourself in a blend of historical and modern architecture at Museo Casa Rosada, built around the arches and foundations of Buenos Aires' former customs house. The underground museum takes you on a visual and auditory journey through Argentina's history, from independence to the present day. Although most of the museum's displays are only in Spanish, many of the video exhibits transcend the language barrier. Descend into the basement to discover the museum's highlight, an immersive mural painted by David Alfaro Siquieros. Plan to visit Museo Casa Rosada and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Buenos Aires attractions using our Buenos Aires tourist route planner.
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  • The Museum proposes a journey by our young history through the display of parts. It is very limited in the number of displayed objects, not is if you need to see that the current Government wants to apolitizar our culture and erase our memory or because there are actually few preserved objects worthy of being counter. Mention special deserves the "birome" of Nestor, not let of be something funny but certainly is pianta a tear. In the Museum had much personal (girls young mostly), but no one seemed interested in explain anything or interact with the visitor. The building is impressive.
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  • It is very small and located in an old preserved stone basement. Interesting towards the half of the exhibition more is explained on the big time in the political history of the country. Not very critical, but it's the official version that is presented it is very focused on the capital. Videos and explanations in Spanish only. Shows like Museo Bicentennario, but it is not clearly indicated on the door. Air conditioning very low it is like an oven's heat wave. BOF. But free. More interesting at the end a Visual work in which one can enter, the artist Siqueiros. Very good guide. Like a mini Sistine Chapel of the modern era.
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  • To visit the casa rosada Museum reserve in advance on the website of the Government. The Museum offers access to several rooms in the residence of the Argentine President, as it is not a construction with opening date she has several architectural and artistic elements 18 and 19 centuries. There's a room in tribute to Argentina awarded the Nobel Prize and also a large part of Perón. The visit always guided is a must for a trip to Buenos Aires.
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  • Amazing museum with tons of information about City and Independence of Argentina. They have a unique art piece(a room) which I would recommend for any one visiting BA.
  • Amazing part of the old city that was dug up and turned into a museum. If you aren't very good with Spanish, the exhibits will be hard to understand though guides are available.
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