Very nice museum. Good exhibits. Well situated and best of all, it’s free. Great place to spend an afternoon.
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We thoroughly enjoyed an hour here. A great travelling Miro exhibition, and a fine range of European masters, Van Gogh, Sisley, Manet, Toulouse Letrec rec.
Entrance to the museum is free! The collection is a very interesting mix of European on the 1st floor and Argentinian on the 2nd. The collection is hung in a way that allows you to enjoy the paintings without being crushed by others. As a...More
Fine collection of both Argentinian and European art from 15th century all the way through to Modern art. Renoir, Degas, Picasso on display as well as the largest collection of Rodin sculptures in the Americas. Nowhere near as large as the galleries in Europe but...More
What an unexpected treasure! All the masters are there and you wander from gallery to gallery in constant amazement at what you can see, up close, without crowds and absolutely free. We stumbled upon this whilst wandering this fabulous city on our last day before...More
Beautiful building with a good sized varied collection, including a Rodin exhibition. Cubism including a Picasso and various South American artists. A small collection of Asian art. I’m not a student of art history. So suffice to say I enjoyed it from a casual visitors...More
If you want to learn about Argentinean art then this is the place to come. There are also paintings by well-know European artists but they are not always good examples of their work
I visited this art museum in particular to find out about Argentinian artists, and so enjoyed the display on the 1st floor which was well curated and had good information in English as well as Spanish
The museum is filled with classical work and interesting modern art. They presently have a special Miro exhibit. The museum entry is free but special exhibit has a fee. Open late until 8 pm.
Decent national art museum with wide ranging chronological displays including old masters and French impressionists. Good Miro temporary exhibition.