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Museo Casa Rosada

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Address: Avenida Paseo Colon, 100, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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We could not visit palacio rosado because we did not registered us before going. Than the staff of our hotel told us about this museum. It is free and amazing! Lost of history of... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Ivonne D
Houston, Texas
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very interesting videos about the history of Argentine rulers and the building itself. Focused mainly on the building and its inhabitants. Exhibits and videos are exclusively in Spanish, so be sure to only go if you speak the language well. Great artifacts from presidents, but probably most interesting to history buffs.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A nice museum but there was no English anywhere so if you don't read Spanish you'll struggle to understand what it's all about. It is quite an interesting layout though. Architecturally very well done.

Thank Keith H
Houston, Texas
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We could not visit palacio rosado because we did not registered us before going. Than the staff of our hotel told us about this museum. It is free and amazing! Lost of history of Buenos Aires and argentinia.

Thank Ivonne D
Adelaide, Australia
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This is not to be missed if you are at all interested in gaining an insight into Argentina's turbulent history. Video screens presenting key events are accompanied by displays of historical artifacts. BUT, it is all in Spanish. The structure of the museum alone merits a visit, being built out of the excavated remnants of the original harbourside customs house.... More 

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Lima Region, Peru
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Reviewed 15 April 2017

WE had an incredible surprise , we visited few days ago...very important history of Buenos Aires, very nice

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Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

This small but well laid out museum is at the back of Casa Rosada. It explains the political history of Argentina. They display in a lovely way belongings to each one of the presidents that ruled Argentina. Loved it. 8/10

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Arlington, Texas
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Reviewed 28 March 2017

The museum is a great place to stroll and get out of the sun! It's a free museum with many English speaking staff around who can answer questions. The restrooms are also GREAT! They have a great painting of Peron and Evita - the same one that's in the Casa Rosada. They also have staff that dress in military guard... More 

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Reviewed 27 March 2017

Amazing that the leaders of Buenos Aries funded the major effort to salvage this wonderful history. I could only see parts of it the day of our visit due to a special function pending but the catwalk parts I saw were impressive.

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Reviewed 24 March 2017

This is a museum with remnants from Buenos Aires past. If you find yourself in the area, a few minutes in this museum are worthwhile.

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Reviewed 22 March 2017

We could not get into the Casa Rosada on a February weekend, when it was advertised free. Please know ahead of time you will not enter the building unless you have a reservation, even though it is free! You can do this on the internet and maybe from home before you leave for Argentina. It is an attractive building and... More 

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