Housed in the beautiful Palacio Noel, the Isaac Fernández Blanco, has one of the world's most important collections of Spanish-American art.
The collection includes items covering the entire period of Spanish rule in Latin America, from colonization to independence, ranging from silver work from Peru and the Rio de la Plata region, Peruvian paintings and furniture from Portuguese Brazil, to combs used by women in the Rio de la Plata region in the first half of the 19th century.
The neocolonial Palacio Noel was built in the 1920s by architect Martín Noel as his private home, and is surrounded by Spanish-influenced gardens. In spring and summer, open air concerts, conferences, theater performances and book presentations are held.
Open 1pm - 6pm, Tuesday - Friday, and 1pm - 5pm, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Closed on Mondays.