The National Museum of Decorative Arts is an art museum in Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The museum has its origins in a marriage in 1897 between two prominent members of turn-of-the-century Argentine high society: Matías Errazúriz, the son of Chilean émigrés, and Josefina de Alvear, the granddaughter of Independence-era leader Carlos María de Alvear.
|Tuesday||2:00 – 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday||2:00 – 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||2:00 – 7:00 PM|
|Friday||2:00 – 7:00 PM|
|Saturday||2:00 – 7:00 PM|
|Sunday||2:00 – 7:00 PM|
Jose Almazan | Jan 23, 2018
This gigantic and beautiful palace, enclosing collections of decorative art, is worth a visit by itself. French style architecture at it´s best. It was originally a home for a four members family!
Matthew Jackson | Jan 21, 2018
Beautiful restored mansion. Genuine antiquities and decorations from Europe and the house is stunning all over. Gloriously Bs As.
Sara Fredriksson | Feb 14, 2018
Unbelievable palace an incredible artwork. Most of the palace was however closed due to renovation (Jan 2017)
Carla Garrido Castro | Sep 26, 2017
Loved this place!!! So beautiful palace, it's unbelievable that someone lived there. Then you should go to the coffee outside the palace called Croque Madame.
Andrew Erickson | Jun 7, 2017
Loved this place. Great art/architecture. Was (to our surprise) free. Great stop on a walking tour.
Daniel Gonz | Apr 3, 2018
Un museo genial!!!
Mike SC | Apr 29, 2018
Amazing piece of the Argentina history. Don't leave Buenos Aires without visit this place!
Federico Leiva | May 26, 2018
A must see; an eclectic masterpiece of architecture and interior decoration.
Matthew Kennedy | Jun 27, 2018
The building itself is the main attraction. Downstairs guided tour very helpful to appreciate the many architectural curiosities. Upstairs not so much.
Gwen Greenberg | Jul 2, 2018
This is always been one of my favorite museums in Buenos Aires. They often have special exhibits that are there for a short period of time. If its a bright modern exhibition Hall
Ms Engel | Jul 8, 2018
An amazing small museum. The entry fee is low. The collection of tapestrys and other artworks are extensive, considering the manner and period in which they were collected. The building is also quite beautiful. They often host other temporary art exhibits.
Adam Milburn | Jul 10, 2018
Beautiful building and home to a fine collection. I was there on the long-weekend for the Bauhaus show which was absolutely rammed - must return during the week when it's a little quieter!
Martín Salías | Aug 1, 2018
Amazing building, with a great in house collection and very good rotating schedule exhibitions. Last one was a very complete retrospective on the Bauhaus, including a live feature ballet.
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