Museums in Buenos Aires

In Buenos Aires there are 132 museums of different kinds: art, history, science, technology, to name but a few.

They range from those designed especially for children to the Museo de la Pasión Boquense (Museum of Passion for Boca), which recreates the history and sports achievements of the Atlético Boca Juniors Club, located in emblematic La Boca neighborhood.

There are some other museums of theaters, Creole customs (recreating the life of Gauchos), religious matters, sculpture, painting and significant personalities in Argentine history.


In this wide variety, the Museo Evita (Evita Museum) clearly stands out, it exhibits the life and work of Eva Perón. Indeed, Evita’s clothes and other belongings are kept there, and also items from the Foundation she had created to help poor people. There is a multimedia show for visitors to relive parts of her speeches, watch a video of her funeral and the farewell her people bade her.


Lately, one of the most attended has been the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires), also known as MALBA. Not only does it show works by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Antonio Berni and Guillermo Kuitca but it also holds exhibitions and lectures, filming sessions, and meetings arranged by companies or institutions.


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