Museo de La Reconquista, Tigre

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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. Add Museo de La Reconquista and other attractions to your Tigre trip itinerary using our Tigre online route planner .
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  • Not only the place is very well kept, but who care to improve. The person who received us possesses a wealth of knowledge
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  • The Museum is housed in an old colonial House, place from which it departed Santiago Liniers for the reconquest of Buenos Aires in the British invasion. It offers a sample of those events. In addition there are samples of the native populations. The Museum in its excellent Auditorium, usually offer performances by renowned artists and great quality. It also offers in summer, open air cinema.
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  • the House is in perfect condition, how much history here landing liniers functions as a Museum and cultural center
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  • Quiet place, free entrance. Interesting history regarding British invasion and the recovery from the Argentinian afterwards
  • Site and historical Museum, presents always interesting and varied activities. Very good condition of the bathrooms. Cute to go with kids and explore it. It has a good Auditorium. Your library is place of consultation for historians. The Museum has no great attraction.
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  • A key option to know the history of Tiger and rating legacies of its past there exhibited. Free admission, bonus contribution of 20 pesos. Served very well! The person who let me explain, every thing I found within it, in detail and with a beautiful desire. Very good guide.
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  • A beautiful place historical and also has a beautiful showroom where there are cultural events... the Association of friends of the museum works with clear goals and achieves, in collaboration with q economic witness, the proposed improvements...
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  • Excellent work of Pacho O'Donnell on roses
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