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Museo Casa Rosada

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Museo Casa Rosada

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Avenida Paseo Colon 100, Buenos Aires C1063ACN Argentina
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Buenos Aires’ neighborhoods each have a distinctive character from the historic barrios of San Telmo and La Boca, to the beautiful parks and plazas of Palermo and Recoleta, and the modern skyscrapers of Puerto Madero. This small-group tour is ideal for first-time visitors or those short on time, visiting all of the top attractions in just half a day.
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Rich G wrote a review Mar 2020
Acton, Massachusetts2,421 contributions266 helpful votes
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Located on the right side of Casa Rosada is this museum. It's free to enter, but be aware there's metal detectors and security to get in. Once in, get a quick view of the entire museum from above, then walk the stairs to look at various rooms showing artifacts, paintings, sculptures, dishes and pottery, and other historical pieces of Argentinian's past. At the back of the museum was an exhibit of David Alfara Siqueiros, who was a famous Mexican political muralist who ended up in Argentina. They relocated one of his famous murals from a basement in town and relocated it here, in this museum. You can see it, but you have to stand in line, put on some slipper sox over your shoes, and then enter a dark cave-like room to see it. It is interesting and led by a tourguide (about 10 mins) but the room gets warm!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Flavia L wrote a review Mar 2020
Buenos Aires, Argentina33 contributions54 helpful votes
Not always you have the opportunity to visit a Government's hoursel It is worth a try. Book it in advance
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Date of experience: March 2020
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JonnyGreen wrote a review Feb 2020
Cawood, United Kingdom3 contributions7 helpful votes
Nice muesum at the back of the Casa Rosada.There are about a dozen rooms all representing a different part of Argentine history.The videos are only in Spanish. There are a few artifacts as well along with a David Alfaro Siqueros mural.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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martin j wrote a review Feb 2020
York, UK53 contributions21 helpful votes
There is a small collection of mainly personal and household items owned by the country’s military and political leaders. All of the information is in Spanish so a simple written English brochure would be helpful. The highlight is the original David Sequeiros mural for which there are free 30 minute guided tours, some of which are in English. I’m not sure if this is available every day but Belen hosted mine on a Thursday at 11 am. If you’ve any interest or knowledge of Latin American political art then you’ll really enjoy this informative presentation of its history and interpretation by a very knowledgeable guide.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jen S wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom360 contributions95 helpful votes
Thank goodness entrance is free! It is all in Spanish and just shows the presidential train and cutlery and some other outfits etc. Not really much to look at.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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