Campodónico Palace makes us think of ribbons, satin skirts and living letters cheerfully running through the aisles; like Alice in Wonderland, where fantasies come true.
The gaucho tradition was forged in a material shape and the gaucho was in charge of passing it from generation to generation at San Antonio de Areco and its surroundings.
The Luján River features an enormous amount of paleontological resources along its basin. For years, a group of paleontologists has been in charge of digging them out.
The Juan Manuel Fangio Car Racing Museum pays tribute to the quintuple Formula One World Champion and summarizes the history of car racing in a dynamic display of over 50 cars.
Not only is the City of Balcarce proud of its son Juan Manuel Fangio, but also of having the only racing car factory in South America, created by Tulio Crespi.
Every time you whined as a child, what did they tell you? “Get your books, they don’t bite”. The Museum of Natural Sciences in the City of La Plata is the right choice to entertain you while you learn.
There is no doubt that the Latin American Contemporary Art Museum reflects the creative spirit and inventiveness of thousands of artists symbolizing the cultural identity of this beautiful city.
Dedicated to the life and work of the founder of Villa Gesell, the essence of its creation, the history of its inhabitants and the inventive spirit of a man called Carlos Idaho Gesell is revealed inside its walls.
The Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes (Municipal Museum of Fine Arts) in La Plata will awaken all of the five senses. Enjoy the capital of the Province of Buenos Aires with an artistic and glamorous touch.
We visited the Ricardo Güiraldes Criollo Museum and Park and saw that the traditional Argentinian spirit is more alive than ever both inside and outside the venue.
This ancient estate houses one of the most beautiful museums in the entire Province of Buenos Aires. Visitors just need to go through its doors.
There is a very special place in Chascomús worth a visit regardless of any religion or belief: the Black Chapel.
The City of Chascomús treasures incredible stories. Life here is certainly stranger than fiction and the house owned by a man named Casco is an example of that.
An emblem of plastic arts at the seaside resort, the Juan Castagnino Local Art Museum houses the works of several Argentinian artists of brilliant careers.
Small and looking like a library, the interior of this museum reveals the lifestyle of those years during which men and women, mostly fishermen, started to settle down and give life to the City of Claromecó.
Standing in front of the impressive cathedral welcomes you the City of La Plata. A chill, a sigh, a blinking of the eyes. Here we are and all of a sudden, we do not need anything else.
Ever since it was inaugurated, the Contemporary Art Museum in Mar del Plata has been one of the must visit attractions on the Atlantic Coast in the summer.
Just a few blocks away from Valeria del Mar, immersed in the sand hills of Ostende, lies one of the oldest summer houses at the seaside. And it has a lot to tell.
Chascomús boasts one of the prettiest museums in the Province of Buenos Aires. There the countryside is the star. Welcome to the Pampas Museum.
Villa Victoria is an art and architecture space that gives an idea of the intellectual life of the city in the mid twentieth century.
The Museum of the Sea gathers a collection of Benjamin Sisterna, a fascinating man who bequeathed his passionate testimony about nature to the city.
A museum that rescues life in the harbor through the creative work of painter Cleto Ciocchini.
One of the most typical Argentinian habits has its museum in Tigre. The Museum of Mate displays a complete collection a few meters away from the River Station.
In the core of the Delta there is a very particular house inside an impressive glass box. It would belong to Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, “Father of the Classroom” in Argentina.
Tigre, land of rivers, shelters the National Naval Museum, a space full of details and history that lets visitors learn about the past of navigation both in the country and abroad.