Dr. Julio Marc Provincial Historical Museum
The Dr. Julio Marc Provincial Historical Museum (in Spanish, Museo Histórico Provincial Dr. Julio Marc) is a museum in Rosario, Argentina. It comprises more than 30 rooms hosting collections of archaeological items, Spanish-American art, numismatics, pre-Columbian textile and silverwork crafts, and weapons, complemented by archives, a library, and collections of historical newspapers and maps.
Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Museum
The Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Museum (in Spanish, Museo de Bellas Artes Juan B. Castagnino) is an art museum in the city of Rosario, province of Santa Fe, Argentina, considered the most important of the interior of the country and the second in national terms. It is administered by the municipal government. The museum lies within the Parque de la Independencia (the largest of Rosario's urban parks) immediately outside the city center, at the intersection of Oroño Boulevard and Pellegrini Avenue.
Casa Argentina del Arte Correo
Casa Argentina del Arte Correo or "Mail Art Argentine House" (or CADAC) is a building complex in Buenos Aires, Argentina with the function to exhibit "mail art". The library contains art on many media as well as historic and current publications; serving artists, researchers and the public alike.
House of Tucumán
The House of Tucumán is a historical building and museum located in San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina, where an assembly of delegates from several provinces of the country (the Congress of Tucumán) declared independence from Spain on 9 July 1816.
Firma y Odilo Estévez Municipal Decorative Art Museum
Firma y Odilo Estévez Municipal Decorative Art Museum (in Spanish, Museo de Arte Decorativo Firma y Odilo Estévez) is the former home of the Estévez family in Rosario, Argentina, which was donated to the Municipality of Rosario and turned into a museum.
The National Museum of Fine Arts
The National Museum of Fine Arts (MNBA) is an Argentine art museum in Buenos Aires. Situated in Libertador Avenue, this museum has one of the most important art collections in Latin America. The MNBA also has a gallery in Neuquén.
Museum of Contemporary Art of Rosario
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Rosario (Spanish, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario, often abbreviated MACRo) is an annex to the Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Museum that is devoted to contemporary art, located in the city of Rosario, province of Santa Fe, Argentina.
Centro Cultural Recoleta
The Recoleta Cultural Centre is an exhibition and cultural events centre located in the barrio of Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina. It holds sculptures and exhibitions, as well as concerts and artistic presentations and workshops of diverse types. in September/October 2006 it held the wildly successful onedotzero festival attracting over 20,000 people in 3 days for installations, live performances, screenings and music.
Centro Cultural General San Martín
The General San Martín Cultural Centre (in Spanish: Centro Cultural General San Martín) its a cultural centre located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It depends on the government of the city, and hosts diverse cultural and artistic events. The building, finished in 1970 by architect Mario Roberto Álvarez, was also used as seat of the first legislature of the city, and the CONADEP. The cultural centre is named after Argentine hero General José de San Martín.
Municipal Museum of the City (Rosario)
The Museum of the City is a museum in Rosario, Argentina. It is located on 2300 Oroño Boulevard, on a corner of the Parque de la Independencia, and administered by the municipal government of the city. It was created on 24 August 1981, during the administration of mayor Alberto Natale.
Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Museum
The Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Museum is an art museum in the city of Rosario, province of Santa Fe, Argentina, considered the most important of the interior of the country and the second in national terms. It is administered by the municipal government. The museum lies within the Parque de la Independencia (the largest of Rosario's urban parks) immediately outside the city center, at the intersection of Oroño Boulevard and Pellegrini Avenue.
The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires is a museum created by Argentine businessman Eduardo F. Constantini. It is a not-for-profit institution featuring the Constantini Collection, and also a dynamic cultural center, that constantly updates art and film exhibitions and develops cultural activities.
Dr. Ángel Gallardo Provincial Natural Sciences Museum
Ciencias Naturales Dr. Ángel Gallardo) is a public museum in Rosario, Argentina, specialized in biology. It was founded by Professor Pascual Maciá (a professor and zoologist) in 1945. It is currently administered by the provincial state of Santa Fe. The museum was formerly located in the building of the Faculty of Law of the National University of Rosario (a national historic monument built in 1889).
Buenos Aires Cabildo
The Buenos Aires Cabildo (Spanish: Cabildo de Buenos Aires) is the public building in Buenos Aires that was used as the government house during the colonial times of the Viceroyalty of the River Plate. Today the building is used as a museum.
Museo Carmen Funes
Museo Municipal Carmen Funes, or in English the Carmen Funes Municipal Museum, is a small museum in Plaza Huincul, Argentina with a collection of dinosaur fossils, including the only specimen of the largest dinosaur known from good material, Argentinosaurus huinculensis; and the only known sauropod embryos, which were discovered at a huge nesting site in Auca Mahuida, Patagonia. Its standard abbreviation is MCF-PVPH, or just PVPH to denote the paleontological collection.
House of Tucuman
The House of Tucuman is a historical building and museum located in San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina, where an assembly of delegates from several provinces of the country (the Congress of Tucuman) declared independence from Spain on 9 July, 1816.
Buenos Aires Toy Museum
Home to vintage toys made or found in Argentina.From tin to plastic,Action Figures to Dolls,from Robots to Space toys.
Casa Museo Carlos Gardel
The house of the most famous tango singer that ever lived. Carlos Gardel occupied the house with his mother, from 1927 until his death in 1935.
Museo Xul Solar
This is a good small museum constructed in the old house of the painter by the same name. Xul Solar used colorful themes and esoterism along with a variety of weird objects.
Museo de Arte Popular
Sus colecciones incluyen piezas desde las últimas décadas del siglo XIX hasta la actualidad, originadas en localidades de todo el país, incluyendo la ciudad de Buenos Aires. Los materiales ya naturales ya fruto del algún proceso industrial - plata, metal, lana, fibras vegetales, arcilla, madera, etc.- evidencian en su transformación en objetos de diferente funcionalidad y calidad estética la maestría del oficio y la creatividad peculiar de los artesanos en la Argentina.
Jose Hernandez Museum of Folk Art
This is a small museum located in Palermo Chico that gives you some insight into the culture and customs of the People of Buenos Aires. It shows the skills the people have mastered in wood carving, silverwork, and textiles. The mission of the Jose Hernandez Museum is to gather, collect, document, preserve and promote the folk art of Argentina.
Museum of Horror
It is now Latin America's largest human-rights museum, and will follow the example, many hope, of the Holocaust Museum in Berlin. The human-rights group Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo has converted a building next to the four barracks of the 17-hectare 34-building complex where detainees lived and worked into a cultural centre. Another building will house the National Memory Archives.
Juan Manuel Fangio Car Racing Museum
The Juan Manuel Fangio Museum is one of those museums one should not miss, as it shows car racing not only as a sports discipline but also as an Argentinian passion. In an amusing and documented way, the life of Juan Manuel Fangio, alias “the bowlegged man”, the most famous son of Balcarce, is told in chronological order since his childhood, through the history of the first repair shop he opened with his friend José Duffard, his beginnings as a pilot in 1936, the championships he won in 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957 and his memorable races until he retired.
Palacio Campodónico is located in a triangular square between 5th Street, 56th Street and the diagonal 79th Avenue. It was built in 1892 by the genius Idalecio Coquel who designed it by choosing an Italian Renaissance style. The property was acquired before 1940 by Lázaro Campodónico and it was named after him.
Museo de las Armas de la Nacion
Museo de las Armas de la Nacion is located on Avenue Santa Fe at 702, where the Circulo Militar operates. Thousands of people usually walk by this important building, but only a few know that there is an entrance to this amazing museum where you may walk amid the history of humanity through the weapons.
Naval Museum of the Nation
A miniature sea under the roofs of a picturesque museum exists above Paseo Victoria, opposite the Luján River, in the neighborhood of Tigre. A visit during which amazement invades the eyes of the youngest, making them feel as if they were inside a toy-shop.
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano
The M.A.C.L.A. – Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano ( Latin American Contemporary Art Museum) opened on September 10th, 1999 in a narrow street called Pasaje Dardo Rocha, the same place where the Municipal Museum of Art is located. The two buildings are on the same block surrounded by 6th, 7th, 49th and 50th Streets, in the heart of the city, and they are located next to the Government House and the House of Representatives which surround San Martín Square.
Museum of Natural Sciences
Well into the Paseo del Bosque lies the Museum of Natural Sciences, which ever since 1888, when it was founded by the expert Francisco Pascasio Moreno, has housed many of the most important scientific collections in Latin America.
The Museo Pampeano, replica of the Casa de Postas Mensajerías Argentinas in San Isidro, inhabited by General Martín de Pueyrredón, is a loyal curator of the entire history of Chascomús.
Museo Mariposas del Mundo
In the City of San Miguel, Province of Buenos Aires, an entomological musuem has been created to house an important collection of lepidoptera, coleoptera and various exotic anthropods from all round the world, thus giving shape to a new display highly valuable as a source of research and comparison.
Argentine National Museum of History
The Argentine National Museum of History (Spanish: Museo Histórico Nacional) is located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and is a museum dedicated to the history of Argentina, exhibiting objects relating to the May Revolution and the Argentine War of Independence.
Historical Wax Museum
The museum was born with the aim of creating in our country a cultural space between art and history. On June 11th., 1980, Profesor Domingo I. Tellechea, great expert in ceroplastics, taxidermist and restorer of works of art, inaugurated this building.
Museum of Foreign Debt
The Museum of Foreign Debt (Museo de la Deuda Externa) was opened on April 28, 2005 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The museum highlights the dangers of borrowing money from abroad. The Argentine economic crisis that drove the 2001 riots in Argentina prompted the largest foreign debt default in history – approximately $100 billion USD.
Firma y Odilo Estévez Municipal Decorative Art Museum
The museum is located in the historical core of Rosario, in front of Plaza 25 de Mayo, at the starting point of the old village, near the town hall (Palacio de los Leones) and the Cathedral. Administratively, it depends on the Culture and Education Secretariat of the Municipality of Rosario. It showcases a permanent exhibition of artwork that was gathered by the Estévez family during almost 30 years, including Spanish furniture from the 16th, 17th and 18th century and copies of 18th-century French furniture; a collection of European paintings; a number of sculptures; works in ivory, glass, porcelain, jade, and silver (European, pre-Columbian and Asian); tapestries, carpets, and fans.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Buenos Aires Museums - One of the finest museums in the city of Buenos Aires is the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, which houses a art form dating back to the 12th century. You will enjoy hours in this fantastic museum.