Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo, Buenos Aires

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Admire an eclectic collection of antique decorations and furnishings at Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo. Housed in the former mansion of the Errazuriz family, who donated the building to the Argentine people in 1935, the museum displays pieces collected by the family, as well as those donated later. Get a feel for the former inhabitants' lavish wealth as you move through the mansion, from the Neoclassical antechamber, through the communal spaces and bedrooms, and finally on to the Zubov room, known for its stunning collection of European portraits. PutMuseo Nacional De Arte Decorativo into our Buenos Aires online travel route planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • This museum is free of charge and open from 12:30-19:00. Closed on Mondays. There is an English tour at 1:30 PM which we briefly took part in. This is a residence of a wealthy family, the Alvears... 
    This museum is free of charge and open from 12:30-19:00. Closed on Mondays. There is an English tour at 1:30 PM which we briefly took part in. This is a residence of a wealthy family, the Alvears...  more »
  • Ever wonder what it would be like to be an billionaire? Find out. This museum is a time capsule of a 1920s aristocratic grand mansion. “1920s” is misleading, though: the rooms really reflect the.....  more
    Ever wonder what it would be like to be an billionaire? Find out. This museum is a time capsule of a 1920s aristocratic grand mansion. “1920s” is misleading, though: the rooms really reflect the.....  more »
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  • Do you wanna see how politic oligarchy lived in the past?? This is the place. Due to the Covid-19 you can only visit the first floor. However, it's enough to admire and remain surprised by the furniture and else. Great place to go to! It's free ;)
  • Incredible estate from the Argentina's golden age. Well maintained. It should have more content, or organized collections to be consider a "museum" However, it worth to be visited. Admission is free.

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