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  • Excellent22%
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24 Nov 2017
“Interesting museum”
11 Jun 2017
“Small museum of limited interest”
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This 1810 adobe house, containing furniture and costumes of the period, was the home of the Uriburu family, which produced two of Argentina's presidents.
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Calle Caseros 179, Salta A4400DMC, Argentina
+54 387 421-5340
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Reviewed November 24, 2017 via mobile

Free of charge, donations encouraged. Given its historic perspective of a family that produced 2 presidents, worth our while. Enjoyed a 30 minute stroll.

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Reviewed June 11, 2017

There are several museums in Salta that really arent museums but houses donated to the community or once lived in by local colourful characters: very limited content of a completely arbitrary nature of very limited interest

Thank Horatio T
Reviewed September 13, 2016

We visit most of the museums of salta, and this house is quite well restored and show furniture, paintings of the people of salta at the 19 century. entrance is just 20 pesos

2  Thank robyferrari
Reviewed September 16, 2015

Interesting collections tracing three periods of Salta's history. The indigenous peoples, the Spanish period and the fight for independence are housed in a historical building, displayed well. No English translations except for a short film in the first room, but the exhibits speak for themselves.

1  Thank Karen2921952
Reviewed January 27, 2015

The museum is housed in a nice building. There are a lot of artefacts however very few English signs, so I don't feel that I got as much out of it as I could have. If you have time to spare, it's a fine place...More

Thank Charlotte R
Reviewed January 15, 2014

Very rude security here, chastised us heavily for taking some photos. There is not much to see here anyway. Judging by previous photos showing pot plants and gardens, it seems they have let the place run down. Perhaps that is why they don’t want you...More

Thank Kanan A
Reviewed December 10, 2011

It took us about five minutes to visit this museum located in a nice, old building. Did we miss anything?

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