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National Museum of Visual Arts (Uruguay) (Spanish: Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales) a museum in Parque Rodó, Montevideo, Uruguay. It was inaugurated on December 10, 1911.
|Tuesday||1:00 – 8:00 PM|
|Wednesday||1:00 – 8:00 PM|
|Thursday||1:00 – 8:00 PM|
|Friday||1:00 – 8:00 PM|
|Saturday||1:00 – 8:00 PM|
|Sunday||1:00 – 8:00 PM|
The museum is small, human scale. Both cozy and modern. The permanent collection is very interesting, and they always have awesome itinerant exhibitions. Nice coffeeshop. Also recommended for children! It is located within the wonderful Parque Rodó, which is also a plus.
Most of the art exhibited during my visit was not particularly my taste, but the layout of the museum is nice, it's free and rather small, so you don't risk much time and money, people working there are super friendly and there is very good free WiFi. And the coffee shop next to the museum is worth a stop.
Free access. Great venue for local artist. Good coffee shop
Really nice exposition of uruguayan arts. The place offers good info about each piece of art. Constantly changing and introducing new artists.
Free entrance, nice space and exposition. Calm place but not cafe or bar to sit.
Nice but small museum. Permanent collection includes prominent uruguayan artists, such as Blanes.
Good museum, interesting collection, national artists, modern art. Very nice modern building, next to Parque Rodo. Many of the collection's works with 3-D replicas of key works for visually impaired people. But not very open to children, first situation in Urugay, being approached for child leaning on a seat, because obviously only sitting was allowed. Otherwise definitely worth a visit.
Well organised!! Usually crowded in the weekends!
A nice mid-size museum with good variety of paintings—especially good if you want to see variety, or just catch a little lo Torres-Garcia, Gurvich, and Figari without going to all those museums as it has a few key works from each. There is ample room to take breaks inside, with a cafe outside too.