Ralli Museum Santiago, Santiago

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Get an upclose look at some of the most influential Latin American contemporary artists with a visit to Ralli Museum Santiago. The site encompasses more than three floors, 16 halls, and a sculpture patio where you'll encounter the work of Rene Magritte, Harry Recanati, Dalí, and Chagall, among many Latin American maestros. The museum opened in 1992 as a not-for-profit endeavor, and it continues to offer free admission to this impressive, private collection, which is one of the best in the country. The museum promotes the dissemination of art throughout Chile. Put Ralli Museum Santiago into our Santiago journey builder site to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Santiago.
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  • Excellent museum. If you are a person who likes art and have time in Santiago, is worth a visit. EGCL-12
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  • Thanks to a friend, we learn of the existence of this museum almost by chance, it is a real treasure in the middle of the city. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday except public holidays. Admission is free and there is space for parking, there are no parking meters, and being a residential area, there is plenty of space. The Museum and offers guided tours allowing you to experience your way the works that are exposed. They have a wide variety of Latin American artists and on the second floor of Magritte and Chagall lithographs and sculptures of Dali which are a must. Totally recommended
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  • This museum is an enchanted jewel. Houses magnificent works of art and share them for free. This time brings the works of one of the most important exponents of the painting is so surreal how Belgian René Magrite. What are exposed are their major works, that only one had the possibility of seeing her in books, now has a chance to see them directly. Suggestions: If you visit the bicentennial Park, extends the visit to the Ralli Museum, you'll love it.
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  • This is a great collection. I should have visited sooner.
  • Amazing! Best museum of Santiago
  • Excellent place to appreciate the art and have a good time. Is close to capacity, a nice neighborhood and close to places to eat.
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  • In Santiago, Ralli Museum is located in the commune of Vitacura surrounded by beautiful gardens. Its magnificent collection of works of art from different eras and artistic currents is distributed in 16 spacious rooms. Also, various sculptures of large and medium format of Latin American and European artists can be seen freely along its length.
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  • Quite large, interesting selection of paintings and sculptures. The order is very attentive
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Santiago features numerous distinct neighborhoods filled with affordable sleeping options. For easiest access to the city's top museums and eateries, consider the hotels located in the pleasant downtown area, where you can also find many furnished apartments ideal for longer stays. For close proximity to the city's best nightlife options, consider Bellavista or Barrios Lastarria, or head to charming Providencia if you prefer something a bit more sophisticated and less raucous.
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