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Evita Museum Audio-Guided Experience
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Evita Museum Audio-Guided Experience
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In this grand mansion, many fascinating items pay homage to Evita Peron, revered champion of the downtrodden Argentines. This museum was opened in 2002 upon Evita’s death.
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Calle Lafinur 2988- interseccion Juan Maria Gutierrez, Buenos Aires C1425FAB, Argentina
+54 11 4807-0306
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The building is charming and the story of Evite’s truly amazing life was told aptly through displays, artifacts, clothing, videos, and photographs. The space is used to this day to provide programming and support for young people particularly orphans. We learned a great deal about...More

Thank R Perry M
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

From the perspective of a museum, I am at a loss for words. From the perspective of a cultural icon I am fascinated. The school groups mob the museum and the photos and clothing exhibits... all have me curious. Go see, she is a huge...More

Thank Beth S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have long looked forward to visiting this museum which is a collection of video films presentations , speeches and a collection of Eva Peron’s clothing, all from a Paris. I especially liked the photos on her history going back to when she was born...More

Thank DrErickJMannPhD
Reviewed 31 May 2018

We found this place very interesting and learned a lot about Eva Perone's life. The building is charming and there was a lot of attention paid to her early life and first years of her first lady role, as well as information and exhibits of...More

Thank worldgirl11
Reviewed 16 May 2018 via mobile

This is a memorial for Eva Peron. If like Eva Peron or you have time you can visit.This is all about Eva Peron only.

Thank SE s
Reviewed 14 May 2018

Evita Peron was definitely an interesting character. Unfortunately, this museum does not introduce the character in all her complexities. Here, there is only Saint Evita and Saint President Peron. Not exactly what historians and political scientists remember from that period. The restaurant is great. Good...More

Thank Spoutnika
Reviewed 6 May 2018

First, a few words about Evita aimed at foreigners. Eva Perón was a woman loved and hated at the same time by the Argentinian people. There are people who still remember that their first doll, their first pair of tennisshoes, their first sewing machine was...More

Thank Betty P
Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

The museum is quite interesting, and gives you an insight into the life of Eva Peron. It is slightly rose-tinted however, and misses out parts of her life that don’t portray her as a saint. There’s enough information in English as you walk round to...More

Thank kingduncan81
Reviewed 1 May 2018

The restaurant resides in a tiny house with many artifacts and video footage. I would have liked a bit more of a story to follow chronologically. Was alright but went in not knowing much and came out knowing little more.

Thank D L
Reviewed 14 April 2018

Then you will find this interesting. This is not a "warts and all" presentation of E M Peron and by the end you wouldn't have been surprised if she'd been made a saint! Although principally in Spanish, English material is certainly adequate to get a...More

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Best known as the largest neighbourhood in Buenos
Aires, Palermo is divided into different quarters,
each with its own unique identity. The high-end
quarter is Palermo Chico, characterized by magnificent
mansions, regal avenues, and exclusive apartment
buildings, and home to the Museum of Latin American
Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a favourite amongst
locals. The largest park in the city, the Bosques de
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everything is in both Spanish and English and the friendly staff are mostly bilingual