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Discover one of Argentina's finest collections of art at Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, housing a collection that spans several centuries. The museum exhibits follow the evolution of art from as early as the 17th century through the mid-1900s. Featuring classic pieces by renowned masters like Van Gogh, Manet, Rodin, and Jackson Pollock, the museum has plenty to offer connoisseurs of the fine arts. Take a guided tour in English, the best way to experience the collection. Put Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and other Buenos Aires attractions into our Buenos Aires sightseeing planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
Tours to Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
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Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Reviews
El rincipal Museo de la Capital se mantiene igual a traves de los años, sin actualiizaciones importantes salvo por el espacio al fondo donde generalmente se realizan las muestras itinerantes. No tiene... more »The rincipal Museum of the Capital remains the same over the years, without major currentizations except for the space to the bottom where the traveling samples are usually made. He doesn't have a cafeteria or restaurant, which I personally find upset and have just now been put a little shop at the entrance. Parking is also complicated, although now it is being used that of the Faculty behind it.
El Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes es un gran espacio de exposición artística con cientos de obras a nivel mundial; destacándose autores como Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Chagall, Kandisky, Pica... more »The National Museum of Fine Arts is a large art exhibition space with hundreds of works worldwide; Noting authors such as Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Chagall, Kandisky, Picasso, Rivera, Pollock, Quinquela Martin, Sivori, Berni, Torres Garcia and Forner, among others. It is worth mentioning the permanent room of pre-Hispanic and colonial art, with surprising works and very well preserved. During the month of my visit was the temporary exhibition Transition, by the Argentine artist Julio Le Parc. Excellent! Admission is free for Argentinian residents; except for the temporary exposure that costs $100 Argentine pesos. The administrative staff and the security of the museum were very respectful and friendly indeed. The museum is very easy to access. It is located one block from the metro line H -Faculty of Law-, as well as several bus lines. Around it are several spaces of tourist interest, such as the C.C. Recoleta, The Cemetery, Plaza Francia and the Floris Genérica, as well as the Avenida Libertador and its flowery Jacarandá in spring. So it is worth your visit and tour, as well as take advantage of the proximity to other tourist sites of the city of Buenos Aires to enjoy them on the same day.
Maybe a great museum but I do not know since they would not let me in because I had a skateboard. They would not hold it for me in the locker area though there was plenty of space in the locker cupboards. Probably the only time I will ever be there in my life, but luckily there is a lot of other things to see besides a museum that people are prejudice against skateboarders at. Skate or die!
Beautiful large collection of art. Gorgeous Turner exhibition with a huge collection of his watercolor works happened to be on at the same time. We brought the kids who enjoyed sketching the different statues and paintings.
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