Museo Las Lilas de Areco, San Antonio de Areco

(4.2/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Museo Las Lilas de Areco features original works and personal items of artist Don Florencio Molina Campos, who depicted the gaucho with naturalness, a sense of humor, and an unmatched eye for detail. Let the genre paintings, watercolors, pastels, advertising posters, company calendars, and badges speak for themselves. The audio-visual show projected next to the bar tells the story of Don Florencio's gaucho character, Tiléforo Areco. At the coffee museum, have a cup of coffee or mate while listening to live guitar music. The gift store sells woven and knitted handcrafts. Take a look at our San Antonio de Areco trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Museo Las Lilas de Areco and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Cute Museum with works of Molina Campos, place with homey atmosphere of easy access, beautiful Fountain of the horses.
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  • Although the entrance is not cheap, worth going around it and stay and watch the show with stories of Luis Landriscina and the figures based on the drawings of Molina Campos. As an extra, we saw an exhibition of works in rope of tientos. Beautiful
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  • Museum which has a display of original paintings of Molina Campos. It is very well organized, very careful, with many details of comfort and good taste. In addition there is a representation with schedule. There is a sector to an exhibition of guasqueros, with many very delicate items and well presented. There is also a gift shop with handicrafts
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