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Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo

103 locals recommend ·

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Bruno
Bruno
September 2, 2019
Neoclassical Palace with a beautiful garden coffee shop
Lu
Lu
October 17, 2018
This is one of my favourites museums. Its really lovely and has a nice coffe store.
Alberto
Alberto
October 1, 2019
El Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo, dedicado al diseño y las artes decorativas, posee valiosas colecciones de esculturas, pinturas, tapices, armas, libros, cerámicas, mobiliario y miniaturas, fundamentalmente europeas y orientales, de los siglos XVI al XX. A través de muestras permanentes,…
Joaquin & Malena
Joaquin & Malena
February 7, 2019
National decorative art museum emplaced in the former residence of the prominent Errazuriz-Alvear family. Nearby there are other impressive antique residences now serving as embassies and two parks where neighbors meet into groups for training or running .
Federico
Federico
November 15, 2019
One of the main museums in Buenos Aires in a very nice environment.
Marta Maria Teresa
Marta Maria Teresa
February 12, 2019
Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo
María Gabriela
María Gabriela
November 28, 2018
Museum placed in an old bourgeois house, great to take a look to the old BA lifestyle!
Marisa
Marisa
July 28, 2019
Posee una colección de piezas de artes decorativas europeas y orientales, esculturas, tapices y pinturas de los siglos XVI al XIX. Ubicado en la Avenida del Libertador 1902 .
Magdalena
Magdalena
September 26, 2018
I like the special exhibitions this museum has at times. Other than that, its bistro is very welcoming and a cute place to have lunch or coffee under the trees, right in front of the parks.

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Location
1902 Av. del Libertador
Palermo, CABA C1425
Phone+54 11 4801-8248
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Sunday 2:00 PM
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