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Museo del Carnaval, Montevideo
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Take a stroll through a fun and informative cultural institution at Museo del Carnaval, dedicated to detailing the history and traditions of carnival in Uruguay. Completed in 2006, the museum takes you down a lifelike cobblestone street and through a range of enjoyable and interactive exhibits, showing the costumes, music, and colors that take over the country's towns between late January and mid-February each year. See masks, instruments, and vehicles that have become symbols of the carnival, and pick up some gift ideas at the onsite shop. Plan to see Museo del Carnaval and other attractions that appeal to you using our Montevideo trip itinerary builder.
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Museu mostra a história do carnaval no país, com fotos, vídeos, roupas e maquetes de blocos de rua. Interessante para conhecer a diferença para nosso carnaval.Museum shows the history of Carnival in the country, with photos, videos, clothing and models of street blocks. Interesting to see the difference for our Carnival.show original
Es un lugar mágico, sobre todo para los amantes del carnaval y la cultura popular uruguaya. Se puede hacer un recorrido por toda la historia del carnaval uruguayo. Muestra de vestuario que se va renov... read more »It is a magical place, especially for lovers of the Carnival and the Uruguayan popular culture. A journey through the history of the Uruguayan Carnival can be. Sample of costumes which is renewed. Models of old platforms. Digitized material. Elements as big heads, masks, drums, etc. During Carnival tablado every night. It also has a place for big concerts and a nightclub to go to have a drink and listen to some Uruguayan musician. It is of the best places in Montevideo. Located one block from the Mercado del Puerto, opposite the port of Montevideo in the old city.show original
A partir del 7 de setiembre reabre sus puertas este museo...Una muestra importante de la cultura montevideana...vale visitarlo!!!From September 7 this Museum reopens its doors... An important sign of the Montevidean culture voucher... visit!show original
100 Uruguay pesos to get in. Down interesting costumes with lots of information. Some is in English.
Alvaro AcostaCute place for events, spacious and comfortable. Very good access. As Museum is not the big thingshow original
Florencia rodriguezA very nice Museum and well care. It is worth visiting it. On the other hand, the room where the touches are made has very good acoustics and smoking space is large enough, that makes it comfortable, but inside it is very hot.show original
Fernando BerniniPaying for access to a Museum is rather strange in Montevideo. This museum charges Yes entry: $60 for citizens of Mercosur and $100 for other nationalities. It goes through in a few minutes.show original
Bufalo LocoGreat stage! easy access along the rambla, safe and economical. Ideal ride for the family at Carnival.show original
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