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It’s small but that makes you focus more on each individual painting. Was great to see paintings of Paraguayan scenes from the 1800s and imagine what life was like. Worth a visit. Entrance is from the back!
Only 4 rooms and now housed out of town.. due to move again next year so ask at the Tourist Office on Calle Palma before walking there.
A private collector donated these paintings to the city. They are beautiful and worth the visit.
First, please note this has moved. It is nine blocks away from its previous location (same street). The old building still has the "Bella Artes" signage. Regardless, this is a VERY tiny museum and the art is pretty poor. Unless you are an art major,...More
First of all, let me note that this museum is no longer co-resident with the National Archives and is now located at 1345 Eligio Ayala, near the corner of Eligio Ayala and Curupayty. This museum contains some of the contents of an Argentinian collector as...More