Free entrance. Art selection is pretty nice. Some pieces by famous artists like Goya. Good for a rainy afternoon.
It is one of the museums that is work visiting on your way from Recoleta Cemetery. If you are short of time, just skip through the highlights of the museum that are marked on the visitor guide.
A well laid out museum of South American modern art. As our tastes run more to traditional art, it was more of a curiosity; but if you like the modern art era, you'll enjoy this.
With MALBA, the Decorative Arts, and the Lacroze, Buenos Aires does not lack for compelling museums. The MNBA is not worth your time. It is free but that does not make it worthy. It may have some name painters but their examples here are dark and uninviting. I like to stroll through a museum and stop at those paintings that... More
This museum contains a beautiful collection of very valuable paintings and sculptures from Europe and Argentina. The atmosphere is very quiet and there is a lot of free space for everybody who want to observe the paintings and the sculptures. The last room was dedicated to the old pictures of Buenos Aires. My husband and me liked very much the... More
This is a lovely museum with some high quality art pieces. It is small compared to many museums in cities within the United States but a fine place to visit for an hour or two. MALBA is more unique. MNBA is more classical.
The only reason I went there was because it was raining and my horseback riding trip was cancelled. I've been to museums all over the world and this was average at best. It felt like the budget was an issue and they were just open to be open. They did have paintings from top name artists and I did enjoy... More
Located within the Palermo park, hosts permanent collections of Argentine and Latin American painters and some expressions of European authors, including some Rodin sculptures. Offers guided tours, audio guides in different languages or stroll by yourself in 2-3 hours
MNBA is a pearl for latin America, but unfortunately, can't be compared to north american or european museums. So, if you do not like art, skip it. If you do, you'll love it! It has a very special and enchanting collection. Positive points: near the plazas and many cafes and it's free!
The Fine Arts museum is a short ten minute walk from Recoleta Cemetary. It is free, and houses a nice collection of European paintings from the renaissance to the Impressionists. The Degas drawings are particularly fine, there are some nice Toulouse-Lautrecs and a roomful of Rodin sculptures. The last three rooms are dedicated to Argentinian artists, some of which drew... More
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