Cabildo National Historic Museum on the May Revolution
A special site in Argentine history in which to discover the country's origins.
Where: Bolívar 65, Monserrat.
When: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10:30am to 4:30pm; Thursday, 10:30am to 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday, 10:30am to 5.30pm.
The Cabildo was the site of the May Revolution of  1810, which marked the start of the construction of Argentina as an independent country. As a result, the building has an iconic position in the country's history. The museum looks at this pivotal moment, exploring the colonial period and subsequent revolution. It offers innovative and unconventional exhibits through which children can learn about history through play.

Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve

There are six paths to explore, covering 10km.


The former Buenos Aires Zoo, transformed into an interactive and educational environmentally friendly Eco-Park

El Rosedal

More than 18,000 roses adorn this beautiful green space.

Fundación Proa

This space promotes all of the great art movements of the 20th century.

Historic tramway

An original experience to enjoy with young visitors.

Japanese Garden

A beautiful Journey to the Orient for all the family.

Kids space – CCK

Discover art through play.

Parque 3 de Febrero

One of the city’s biggest green spaces in the heart of Palermo.

Parque Centenario

Popular neighbourhood park, and geographical centre of Buenos Aires City.

Parque Mujeres Argentinas

This park provides a great open space in one of Buenos Aires’ youngest neighbourhoods.