Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano, Buenos Aires
(4.1/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
Visitors interested in colonial history and art find a lot to appreciate at Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano, housing silverwork from Alto Peru, Baroque string instruments, and religious paintings. Head to the main salon to see the opulent painting on the curved ceiling, and keep your eyes peeled for the exhibit of a 17th-century violin made by master violinmaker Andrea Guarneri. After your amble through the exhibit halls, drop by the museum garden for a refreshing drink. Using our world travel planner, Buenos Aires attractions like Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Beautiful recuerds of the past, the ceramic pieces, the collection of combs, among others. Excellent the our photo by South America. I recommend you to go with guys.
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  • There wasn't anyone else at the museum while we were there. We wandered and looked and wandered some more. None of the descriptions were in English, so I suppose we spent less time than we otherwise w...  more »
  • Excellent option to appreciate a bit of Latin American art in the downtown heart of the city. It is worth a stop.
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  • Hermoso espacio!
  • Art from the Spanish colonial era. Lots of religious art and ornate silverware housed in an old mansion surrounde by a walled garden. Worthwhile
  • Beautiful, inside has a park that is a wonder. As lost in time, a historical jewel in the Center Buenos Aires. It also has lots of history of our South America and its relationship with the old world, provides workshops, music concerts... worth a visit it.
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  • Very cute, very careful
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  • Interesting Museum to visit. There is much material of our colonial and lot of the Alto Peru and other neighboring countries. The Palace, lack maintenance and restoration on the outside is beautiful. Admission is free though when entering charge you a $10 bonus. The visit with a guide can be consulted at the entrance;
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