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Museums of Buenos Aires

Book this Buenos Aires cultural city tour and get an exclusive tour of Buenos Aires’ best museums, with impressive collections of both European and Latin American Art. Discover the stunning art collections Buenos Aires has hidden away in its galleries!


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  • Transfer to and from hotels in downtown Buenos Aires.
  • Bilingual guide.

Days and Hours:

  • Monday to Sunday.
  • (Time: to be arranged).


  • 4 hours approx.
  • See Notes for individual reservations.

Book the interesting Museums of Buenos Aires Tour to discover some of the most interesting aspects of Buenos Aires' society, culture and history. The Museums of Buenos Aires City Tour is a great introduction to the Porteño way of life and the work of some of the most emblematic artists and important families in Buenos Aires.

This Museums of Buenos Aires City Tour will take you to visit 2 or 3 of the most prominent museums in Buenos Aires selected according to your personal interests and most convenient location. It will allow you to get an overall idea of the fascinating culture, tradition, habits, art, crafts, and history in Buenos Aires. This private tour will be conducted by professional bilingual guides, committed to offering you a truly dynamic experience. Choose 2 or 3 Buenos Aires museums from the list below and prepare yourself for the most interesting and informative trip through the history, art and culture of Buenos Aires:

National History Museum Buenos Aires (Museo Historico Nacional): Gives you a fascinating historical insight into the political and social development of Argentina.

City Museum (Museo de la Ciudad): Full of incredible documents, photographs and artefacts that beautifully illustrate the history of Buenos Aires.

National Museum of Fine Arts (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes): Its collection includes international works of art from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. There are 32 rooms and 11,000 masterpieces, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, recordings and more.

Museum of Popular Art Jose Hernandez (Museo de Arte Popular Jose Hernandez): There are over 8,000 works of art in this museum that explore the customs of the indigenous communities in South America.

Evita Museum (Museo Evita): Tells the story of the life and work of one of the most important women in the history of Argentina.

Town Hall Museum (Museo del Cabildo): A huge and beautifully conserved selection of objects from the history of the city and its fight for independence, including information on the colonial period and the foundation of Buenos Aires.

Museum of Hispano-American Art (Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano): Contains both religious and secular artwork from all over South America, including Peru, Brazil and the northern regions of Argentina.

Carlos Gardel Museum (Museo de la Casa de Carlos Gardel): The house where the father of Tango lived with his mother, Bertha, conserves personal material and recounts the life and work of the infamous Carlos Gardel.

Museum of Fine Arts Eduardo Sivori (Museo de Artes Plasticas Eduardo Sivori): Specializes in visual arts of Argentine artists from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Immigrants Museum (Museo de la Inmigracion): Used to be the home of thousands of immigrants from all over the world, who arrived to settle in Argentina at the beginning of the last century. Nowadays it holds a collection of interesting artefacts and personal belongings and testimonies.

This Museums of Buenos Aires City Tour is ideal for travellers who have little time on their trip to Buenos Aires, and want to get the most out of it, focusing on a very rich cultural aspect of Buenos Aires famously known as the South American Capital of Culture. Don’t miss out on this great Buenos Aires tour with professional, expert guides!

  • This tour departs with a minimum of 2 persons. If there are no other passengers, a single booking is treated as a private tour and carries an extra cost. Should you wish to make an individual reservation, please contact our support team to enquire about availability.

  • Day and time to be arranged, according to passenger’s schedule and tour guide’s availability.

  • Due to the opening hours of the museum we would recommend starting around 10am in order to enjoy the maximum time possible and please note that Buenos Aires museums are NOT open on Mondays.

  • Please also note that discounts are available for groups (6 people and more). Consult our customer service team for more info.

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