Museo de La Reconquista, Tigre

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History Museum
Those interested in the Spanish empire or South American colonial history should not miss Museo de La Reconquista. The house, now converted into a museum, served as headquarters for Viceroy Liniers--a French officer of the Spanish Empire--in the resistance against the British invasions of the early 19th century. Some staff here speak English, but bring a phrase book along with you just in case. Don't leave before paying a visit to the picturesque gardens at the back of the house. To visit Museo de La Reconquista and other attractions in Tigre, use our Tigre trip itinerary planner.
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  • I came upon this museum by chance while i was looking for my accommodation in Tigre. I was welcomed by a very attractive man, the manager, who happened to be at the door. He spoke English and explaine...  more »
  • This museum is small, but had many displays showing artifacts, photos, uniforms, etc. We do not speak Spanish, but some of the displays had English translations. And the docents were very willing to a...  more »
  • is a must-see for those who want to feel the story live, well organized, clean, the people are kind, a bonus there is contribution to the maintenance of the Museum
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  • It is ideal to go with guys because they can give an idea of as it was the village in those times. Imagine the moment of Liniers landed a few meters from the House which at that time was a pantry. The House shows its style colon ial, uniforms, battles, real estate models. Input very cheap and people there work to any question
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  • It is very warm people who attends. It is a pity the remodeling that made, everything you want to see when going to a museum they took him out and instead left information on the walls. Also, information about the reconquista boils down to a single room, a penalty which does not exhibit the rest.
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  • Interesting about the history
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  • Very good show!
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  • Take it easy. Picturesque
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