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Museo de Artes Plasticas Eduardo Sivori

Avenida Infanta Isabel 555 | Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Supposed to be wonderful. Closed until July 2017. No longer free.

It does have a nice tree-shaded patio with a restaurant which is open in spite of the fact that the... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Putnam B
Seattle, Washington, United States
Very nice place

A nice museum in the middle of the Palermo Park, across from the Rose Gardens. Very agreeable... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2016
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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11 Apr 2017
“Supposed to be wonderful. Closed until July 2017. No longer free.”
24 Aug 2016
“Very nice place”
Avenida Infanta Isabel 555 | Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

It does have a nice tree-shaded patio with a restaurant which is open in spite of the fact that the museum itself is closed. The "abierto" sign outside refers, I guess, to the café.

Thank Putnam B
Reviewed 24 August 2016

A nice museum in the middle of the Palermo Park, across from the Rose Gardens. Very agreeable walk. Nice cafe in a patio inside. The art value depends on the temporary exhibit going on at the time. These days (August 2016) the exhibit of the...More

Thank Javier_mail2003
Reviewed 8 June 2016

Full of local changing art, this museum/ house was a perfect retreat from the already gorgeous parks of Palermo Soho. It is full of local designers who paint tremendously beautiful pictures, and sculpt thought provoking pieces. I really loved this museum.

Thank angelina1813
Reviewed 26 January 2016

The Museo Sivori is a gem among the many museums in Buens Aires. Situated across from El Rosedal, it is a quiet retreat to contemplate different Argentinian artists. The current exhibit on Gaby Herbstein, was the most thought provoking photography exhibit seen in a long...More

Thank NadiaHVal_des_Monts
Reviewed 9 January 2016

The “Museo de Artes Plasticas” was founded in 1938 with the objective of promoting Argentinean art and allowing the public to explore and experience that art. Since then the museum accumulated a substantial collection of Argentinean art by acquisitions and donations; and today after more...More

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Reviewed 29 November 2015

This excellently located small museum dedicated to contemporary Argentinean art didn't deceive us. When we visited we could see the interesting and very original work of Gaby Herbstein, a good discovery. The interest of thecae probably varies in function of the quality of the temporary...More

Thank JMGeneva
Reviewed 12 November 2015

This very affordable museum, holds permanent paintings exhibition. In addition, in the very lovely backyard, really enjoyable in spring and summer the have a coffee store where you can take whatever you want at very comfortable prices

Thank Carlos S
Reviewed 30 August 2015

I guess for being free this museum wasn't bad. It had a caffeteria which was nice and a tiny book shop. The place wasn't clean and the bathrooms were disgusting. The walls needed painting. The art pieces weren't good.

Thank Lorna v
Reviewed 21 March 2015

We went there because they offered a free guide to show us the artist who was in the museum at the moment. It was interesting, as far as someone who doesn´t know much about art more than viewing some paints or the biography of great...More

Thank Aliquisnemo
Reviewed 9 March 2015

We are back in BA for an extended visit and we ALWAYS make it a point to stop here. WELL.......today is the beginning of a new exhibit until the end of March. Much of the mail level is taken up with these glorious small paintings....More

Thank morewierd
Best known as the largest neighbourhood in Buenos
Aires, Palermo is divided into different quarters,
each with its own unique identity. The high-end
quarter is Palermo Chico, characterized by magnificent
mansions, regal avenues, and exclusive apartment
buildings, and home to the Museum of Latin American
Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a favourite amongst
locals. The largest park in the city, the Bosques de
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Stanley S
15 November 2016|
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Response from angelina1813 | Reviewed this property |
You can see the opening times on their website It was free to enter. There is a cafe I. The museum