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Casa Rosada Museum

Discover more than 200 years of history.

This museum occupies the exact space where the original fort of Buenos Aires stood, and later the Taylor customs office. You can still see the remains of the old brick walls. The museum covers 200 years of Argentine history, from the revolution of independence of May 1810 until today. It also contains artistic exhibits, including Mexican artist David Alfaro Siqueiros' acclaimed “Ejercicio Plástico”.

 

PASEO COLON AV. 100

4344 3802

museo@presidencia.gov.ar

argentina.gob.ar/museo-casa-rosada

Luis Perlotti Sculpture Museum

Museum located in the former sculptor's home and workshop.

Margen del Mundo

Museum dedicated to journalism, and a space for reflection.

Memorial Museum (former ESMA)

Former torture centre turned into a memorial museum to promote and defend human rights.

Museo de la Pasión Boquense (Boca Juniors Museum)

Experience more than 100 years of club history at this sporting museum.

Museo de los Niños (children's museum)

Museum that recreates a child-sized city.

Museo del Humor (humour museum)

Discover works by the best Argentine caricaturists and comic illustrators in a landmark historic building.

Museo Histórico Nacional

Promotes reflection on Argentine identity and the many historic processes that led to the country’s formation.

Museo Histórico Sarmiento

Museum that briefly housed Argentina's national government.

Museo Mundial del Tango (world tango museum)

Museum dedicated to Buenos Aires' native dance, also housing the National Academy of Tango.

Museum of Architecture and Design (MARQ)

Created by a local architects' association and housed in a former century water tower.

Museum of the City

The place to learn about the city's history and identity.