It's a free museum. It has a fair amount of expositions open. There is also a small cafe inside where you can grab a quick bite or drink a cup of coffee.
About Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
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Building from a century ago, which is very promising from the outside. Inside the building the architecture is indeed very nice and I can definitely recommend the cupola. Given the size and budget of the town, you may expect the collection not to be of...More
Work on the building and redo of the exhibits, originally built in 1910, at the Centennial, Glass ceiling in main hall which has "copies " of older sculpture, mostly Greek . Outside is United in Death and Glory, by Chilean Rebeca Matte. For those who...More
Houses in a lovely French style building, this Fine Arts museum is worth a visit. Beautifully and well curated exhibitions. Cute little souvenir shop adjoining. The only criticism would be that not all exhibits were in English.
It is nice to go to this free museum and spend here an hour or two. It has a nice collection and the building is worth it too.
Visited this museum while on a business trip. The museum offers a small collection, the architecture is nice, especially the glass roof in the central atrium. At the time of visit they had 3 temporary exhibitions going on. It took me around an hour to...More
It's a very nice museum and free as well. It is worth the visit, specialy on hot days! Make sure to visit Parque Forestal very close to it!
If you are walking by, peek in and look at the building and glass ceiling, otherwise skip it. There really isn't much art there. I love art museums and this one was very disappointing.
Closed during the weekend. No sign, no nothing. Lots of people standing in front of the doors, wondering when the doors would be opened. Next time, would not waste the effort.