Museums in Rosario

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  • nippurdelagash
    Rosario, Argentina25 contributions
    The museum deserves a quick visit, nothing particularly remarkable except the fact that is located in a building that once was a silo for cereals and part of Rosario port. But what IT IS very remarkable is the promenade in the adjacent parks (parque de las colectividades and parque de la costa central). A walk of about one hour down the river will let you see at your left, the delta of the Parana river and at your right, in my opinion, the best part of the city. Restaurants, cafes, artisans on the weekends, etc. If you love nature and green, do not miss it.
    Written 4 February 2018
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  • jl_ros
    Rosario, Argentina3 contributions
    Nice museum in Independence Park, excellent permanet collection and temporary exhibitions, Don' t miss Fader artworks, Lucio Fontana sculpture, Petorutti and other artists of Santa Fe province in Argentina.
    Written 26 October 2015
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  • Peter M
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada61 contributions
    This is realtively small but very well done - tasteful and well organized. Minimum entry fee. Across from the soccer stadium which is also well worth the visit if they let you in.
    Written 13 April 2013
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  • Rita Z
    Rosario, Argentina376 contributions
    This is a historic local museum, formerly a house owned by a traditional family in Rosario, which shows memorabilia in an authentic setting --rooms furnished and decorated in their original styles, with interesting paintings and cutlery. Worth paying a visit, good central location, downtown.
    Written 3 October 2017
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  • Pablo-Molina
    Rochester, NY65 contributions
    when i visit the planetarium, it was closed, so the choice was the museum, and it was reat, really good. They show some optical ilusion that you cant believe at first!
    Written 13 November 2013
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  • Marco-A-Castilho
    Santo Andre, SP116 contributions
    A fine museum which helps one understand the origins of the province, as well as the history of the country. Finely preserved, it allows visitors to glimpse into the glorious past of this city.
    Written 17 June 2017
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  • Jnanayog
    St. John's, Canada4,116 contributions
    Our visit seemed to coincide with sections being under renovations. For the areas we did visit being 2 floors, the various displays were all restricted to the native language. I was not particularly I,pressed with the layout, not the manner of the displays, as they left a considerable amount unexplained. Also I could not see the flow of the information, though there were a couple of displays that more or less explained themselves through their use of pictures and/ or maps.
    Written 12 March 2020
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  • Barry C
    Hastings, UK43 contributions
    This, clearly, is not a palace of entertainments. But for those who take an interest in the recent history of Argentina and in the cruelty of man towards man, it is an important, meaningful, thought-provoking place.
    What does it contain that is striking? For me, the list and location of the 637 (I think) clandestine prisons operating during the last dictatorship; and the literary compilation The Human Condition on one of the desks in the installation Lectores which memorializes some of “the disappeared”.
    It is in Spanish, naturally enough, and some knowledge of the issues – the disappearances and, in particular, the stolen children – is essential prior to a visit. The librarian/guide is very helpful and an authentic witness himself.
    Written 17 November 2015
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