Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 4,400+ reviews on the web
Discover one of Argentina's finest collections of art at Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, housing a collection that spans several centuries. The museum exhibits follow the evolution of art from as early as the 17th century through the mid-1900s. Featuring classic pieces by renowned masters like Van Gogh, Manet, Rodin, and Jackson Pollock, the museum has plenty to offer connoisseurs of the fine arts. Take a guided tour in English, the best way to experience the collection. Plan your visit to Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Buenos Aires itinerary planner.
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  • It is the greatest artistic repository of the city of Buenos Aires and one of the most important in America. There are works of Impressionism, Expressionism and also contemporaries, including, of course, the great American Masters. It IS one of the classic musts in the city of Buenos Aires, located in one of the largest parks of the city (Palermo forests) and the fair of crafts of Recoleta, with more French Quarter and the city. Visited by foreign and Argentine, tourists a ´ - many - samples of the culture of argentina, another benefit: the entrance to the Museum is free and sell art books.
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  • The Museum is located in Recoleta Floralis Genérica next and law school. Has a large collection of works of art. Admission is free. The Museum staff is super helpful. There are guided tours.
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  • Rodin's KISS was my first surprise, then an amazing series of Impressionists paintings I equally did not expect to see, non behind glass either! Beyond these gems there was yet more excellent exhibits...  read more »
  • Visiting the main Musem of Buenos Aires, which stands next to the Libertador Avenue and the Law Faculty of the National University of Buenos Aires, is a must for anyone interested in art. Their repertoire includes paintings and sculptures from some of the masters of history as well as rotating showings of more recent work. Entry is free, I would recommend splitting your visit among two days at the very least so you're able to take it all in.
  • A spectacular museum! It is impeccable in every way - very well taken care of, staff is very careful with the safety of the paintings and statues, there is a large collection of expositions and the guided tour is great. There is a portuguese-speaking guide who took us on a quick journey through the early years of Argentina.
  • Neat museum in a neat space. There are a lot of different types of "art" so some items will probably interest you more than others (and that's OK).
  • Nice museum that had interesting exhibitions and that has a very good permanent collection.
  • Awesome museum with wonderful paintings.
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