Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires

📍 Location and contact

Av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta 3415
C1425, Colonia del Sacramento
011 4808-6500

🕒 Opening hours

  • Monday: 12:00 – 8:00 PM
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: 12:00 – 8:00 PM
  • Thursday: 12:00 – 8:00 PM
  • Friday: 12:00 – 8:00 PM
  • Saturday: 12:00 – 8:00 PM
  • Sunday: 12:00 – 8:00 PM

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🗣️ Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires: Reviews

Eduardo Moraes 7 months ago

Amazing museum, definitely a must-see for any Latin American seeking to understand more of the history of art in here. The museum itself looks pretty modern and has a few nice places where you can hang, study, read or even do some sketching or painting or what not. The prices of the cafe and the souvenir store are a bit prohibitive for us Latin Americans, though. But I guess that's what we have to pay for a museum with installations and collection so rich and beautiful as those

Alejandra Aboud Keenan 8 months ago

Amazing museum showcasing latinamerican art. The building is gorgeous, has a gift shop, a coffee shop and a restaurant with outdoor seating. You will find paintings by renowned artists like Frida Kahlo, Pettoruti, Xul Solar, Berni, Soldi and more. Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Nonny 8 months ago

Fabulous museum with some exceptional works of Latin American art with additional English translations.

Nonny 8 months ago

Fabulous museum with some exceptional works of Latin American art with additional English translations.

Anthony 8 months ago

Awesome experience! Really lovely museum.

Thai Fonseca 11 months ago

It was full. But was an amazing experience. Many artists, many famous pieces. Visited on Weekend Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended No … More

Jon Huang 1 year ago

3 star be ause my son likes the exhibits. For me, definitely not worth 1 hour walking over. It's nice to have English caption and staff are very friendly. Tickets only cost $1.5 for two people. Only showed the collection of one couple's abstract art works. More people are eating at the Cafe than touring the exhibit. Lots of construction and noisy. The giant wood chair outside is actually very breathtaking!

Jeferson Klein 1 year ago

There’s 3 floors of some really cool art. We took around 40 minutes to see it all. You have to pay, but it’s worth it.

Jeferson Klein 1 year ago

There’s 3 floors of some really cool art. We took around 40 minutes to see it all. You have to pay, but it’s worth it.

Gustavo R 1 year ago

Great art museum with special exhibitions and a collection of top Latin American artists in this beautiful well lit modern building

Maíra 1 year ago

I went to this museum on a Sunday and it was an amazing experience! It took me about one hour to see everything - even with a lot of people there. And it was really great to see Abaporu in person. The building is beautiful and it has a little inside store (with expensive prices). People working there were very nice to me, except in the store. But I think that woman was just on a bad day.

Melanie s 1 year ago

Excellent pieces, just wish it were bigger. Paid 750 pesos and went through in about an hour (would have been nice for them to discount on the weekend like the National Museum of Fine Arts does). Lovely collection though.

David Hall 1 year ago

Really enjoyed this experience! I believe it was around 750 pesos, they give student discounts with valid ID. They provide a bag check as you can’t take in your backpack and have 2 cafes you can recharge before or after. They had 3 floors and it was nice because it was quick, they didn’t try to extend the stay with empty exhibits where you could have done it in shorter time. We spent about 45 min and it wasn’t crowded at all.

Travel Egg 1 year ago

I am not fan of art but I could find some interesting paintings which called out emotions. So believe that most of the people could find here what they are looking for.

Vasilis Karts 1 year ago

One of the greatest museums in Buenos Aires. Great architecture by the building itself and nice expositions.

Hyejee Kim 1 year ago

Amazing experience. The design of building is very cool and I liked the exhibition of Rafael. For the special exhibition, there was a guided tour as well. Loved the experience

Jean Michel Kuss 1 year ago

Please go. It’s one the best museums of South America. Very organized. The collections is breathtaking.

Dotak Tojak 1 year ago

You should definitely visit it! There are incredible paintings and human rights arts! I didn’t know until I enter that Abaporu (the original) was there!!

jennifer chen 1 year ago

Great space and exhibitions. Only had an hour but it was enough to glance at everything. Another hour would be better. There’s three floors. Bottom has gift shop and restaurant, two floors above w exhibitions. One above also has a cafe. I loved the trans photo show that highlighted one photographer from each South American country from the last 70 years. There was another room of contemporary art, social concerns, paintings, video, sculpture. Top room showcasing a classic Argentine artist (name?!) from 1920s cubist. Great medium sized museum. Go!

João Gabriel Jagersbacher 3 years ago

I'm not a huge fan of museums, but this one definitely worths it. There are many interactive expositions to appreciate and have fun with no matter your age. One important information that we didn't know is that on Wednesdays the general entrance costs half the price and it's free for all students holding a valid international student ID card.

Tom Holder 3 years ago

Outstanding museum. The permanent collection rooms have explanations in English and Spanish. The rooms cover varying styles of modern art, with links to Latin America. The temporary exhibitions change over time, but the work of Ernesto Neto was excellent. Entry is 280 pesos, and there is a free cloakroom. There is also a cafe, bathrooms and gift shop.

Junho Jang 3 years ago

I had wondered why so many people was waiting at the entrance, but I got to know the reason in the end. Wonderful experience!! It focuses on the modern art of Latin America. Even its souvenirs are like art products.

Japheth Wood 3 years ago

Nice museum, good for kids. We especially enjoyed the swimming pool installation and the interactive party's of the exhibit on floor 2. The Museum Cafe is EXCELLENT! And the Museum Store is small but quite good.

Issa Khorrassany 3 years ago

Excellent museum very well done and logically organized. 8ts good to get an idea of all the Latin American artists under one roof. Although the photographic exhibition wasn't as impressive as the paintings. They have a very interesting gift shop don't miss it. It's good to combine it with a day at the park and evita.

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