Museo de Arte de El Salvador, San Salvador
(4.4/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Inaugurated in 2003, Museo de Arte de El Salvador invites you to appreciate artwork ranging from the 19th century through to contemporary times. Find paintings, sketches, and sculptures from both prominent local artists and international talents in a range of exhibition halls covering 1,208 sq m (13,002 sq ft). The great room, as well as rooms three and four, are home to a dedicated collection of Salvadoran art, while the two remaining rooms house international and other alternative art pieces. Complete your visit to the museum by having something to eat or drink at the on-site restaurant. Plan your Museo de Arte de El Salvador visit and explore what else you can see and do in San Salvador using our San Salvador vacation builder.
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  • This museum experience is one you will like while in San Salvador. We attended the place while in a business event and they have a good museum display. Quite small but good salvdoran art display. We e...  more »
  • After several visits to San Salcador I dared to visit the Museum, I regret not having done before. The Museum offers a very good collection of memories, history, crafts that allow to understand and learn more about the culture of this small country. I understand that it is a must-see if visiting San Salvador. The same access is easy, both in transport public, as taxi.
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  • A place, of the few, to visit in San Salvador, the entrance to 1.50 us, normal, well right and an expo temporary and some permanent, space is nice but very small for an art museum... Need you more life.
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  • This museum is split into 6 sections. One was closed during our visit. One of these was a temporary exhibit. Good chance to learn about the effect of the civil war on civilians and artists alike through art. Majority of information is in Spanish. Part of bigger complex including the theatre, gardens (pretty average) and a large memorial. Resturant on site, opens at midday. Museum entry was $1.5USD I think. Drinking water available to the right hand side of the reception desk (towards the toilets). No bags allowed in. Visited May 2016
  • A lot to see here!
  • Very good place
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  • A good choice of Museum to appreciate the art of the country but was very good to give the opportunity to emerging artists, who are mostly young people with great talent.
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