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Museo de Arte Espanol Enrique Larreta

Juramento 2291, Buenos Aires, Argentina
+54 11 4783-2640
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The gardens are beautiful, but the museum is closed (at least until July 2017)

The guards said the museum is closed for renovations, and it certainly looked like it. There are... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2017
Putnam B
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Seattle, Washington, United States
For toddlers: Best dog poop-free park in the city, and bold colors indoors

After going around to all the large and small museums in the city I would say that this one is... read more

Reviewed 21 December 2016
ExpatFamily_12
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Brisbane, Australia
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16 Apr 2017
“The gardens are beautiful, but the museum is closed (at least until July 2017)”
21 Dec 2016
“For toddlers: Best dog poop-free park in the city, and bold colors indoors”
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Juramento 2291, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Belgrano
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Reviewed 16 April 2017

The guards said the museum is closed for renovations, and it certainly looked like it. There are large timbers in a temporary structure holding up the arches on the portico. It's still well worth wandering through the garden, and the café near the garden entrance...More

Thank Putnam B
Reviewed 21 December 2016

After going around to all the large and small museums in the city I would say that this one is quite interesting for little kids (short visit) because the deep reds and royal blue colors are interesting, and there are no crowds so you can...More

Thank ExpatFamily_12
Reviewed 18 October 2016

I have been to this museum to see special exhibitions, but recently went to visit the museum's permanent collection. I was there for 2 hours, but could have stayed longer. Incredible paintings and the history behind them. A special room dedicated to "peinettas"- Spanish high...More

Thank Mary H
Reviewed 9 February 2016

There were many things I enjoyed visiting in Buenos Aires, and this museum was among the loveliest. While the location was not as central as most other cultural institutions that I visited, it is worth the trip. The architecture of the home and the furnishings...More

Thank Renee S
Reviewed 22 January 2016

The art work is of excellent quality. The rugs and furnishing is of Spanish history. The garden was beautiful. Could get lost for a few hours. Bring a camera. Cost was $10,00 pesos. If you attend on a rainy day you would miss the garden.

Thank G L
Reviewed 9 January 2014

It is a good example of collecting and Spanish art in Argentina. The interior is decorated with historicist criteria as a Renaissance palace surrounded by a Hispano-Arabic very attractive and pretty garden. It´s collection, formed in the early twentieth century, mainly gathers in polychrome wood...More

1  Thank andy m
Reviewed 14 April 2013

Downtown Belgrano, right in the corner of Juramento and Cuba; a small Museum, in a colonial house. Spanish traditional catholic art, a photo exhibition by Ouka Leele (up till April 28th) worth seeing, and a magical secret garden, the "Patio Andaluz", kind of a labyrinth...More

1  Thank pini30
Reviewed 3 March 2013

go and visit the garden, it is gorgeous, you can sit and read or just enjoy the silence in the heart of Belgrano neighborhood. The museum is good also, but I honestly go for the park.

Thank ValeVexxx
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