Museo de la Moda, Santiago
(3.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Established in 1999, Museo de la Moda houses a collection of clothing and decorative arts going back to the 1950s. Once the private residence of the Yarur family, the museum now displays Western culture costumes, sketches, accessories, and decorative arts. Find a painting from one of Latin America's most important artists, Robert Matta Echuarren, in the family's former living room as you explore the house. Put Museo de la Moda at the forefront of your travel plans using our Santiago vacation builder.
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  • The Museum is short in general now are almost all parts of Marilyn Monroe, good sound and super cheap for 1500 students recommend it completely above all to see the history of it and the yarur family who lived in what is now the Museum. There is outside a cafeteria with prices cheap and a cute patio perfect for taking you and buy souvenirs of the Museum.
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  • This museum is well worth a visit. It is full of memorabilia of Marilyn Munroe, with interesting aspects of her life, personality, clothing and her charisma. It portrays a view of Marilyn which is not...  more »
  • I went with a friend from College who lives in Vitacura, and we decided to visit this Museum and without a doubt, it was a beautiful place, that tells a little about the life of the founding family of the Museum and the (at that time) display on the beautiful Marilyn Monroe. Prices fluctuate between $1500 and $3000, and has a place to eat something after the visit, in addition to the souvenir shop.
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  • Good place, remember having seen the Delorean from "Back to the future" there
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  • Not bad
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  • Very good food
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  • Because the exposure I liked
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  • Fun and interesting
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