Museo Casa Rosada
Museo Casa Rosada
4.5
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Address
Neighbourhood: El Centro (Downtown)
How to get there
  • Plaza de Mayo • 3 min walk
  • Bolívar • 6 min walk
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saritrace
Amsterdam, The Netherlands274 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
There are some interesting exhibits in this museum which supposedly provides a timeline of the history of Buenos Aires, but it's little more than a collection of objects belonging to various leaders. There is no information in English, and no context given to any of the objects, (even in Spanish) so that they mean very little. The highlight is the mural by the Mexican painter but this is easy to miss. It's in a 'cube' at the far end of the gallery. A tape prevents entrance to the mural if the guide is busy with visitors. Once we could get down there, we were given an excellent talk about it, in English. (10 minutes or so). There are also some interesting old photos and a video reconstruction of the history of the site. This museum could be so much more. It's free. Only open at weekends. There is security at the entrance. You cannot wear a hat!
Written 22 January 2024
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Reservarlden
London, UK700 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Solo
Museum located to the right of Casa Rosada featuring details of all past presidents of Argentina. Unfortunately it’s all in Spanish and staff didn’t seem too impressed when I asked if there was anything in English. Worth a 30 minute visit to see the displays and the outfits worn by some of the past leaders and their vehicles.
Written 4 February 2023
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Rich G
Acton, MA2,486 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
Located on the right side of Casa Rosada is this museum. It's free to enter, but be aware there's metal detectors and security to get in. Once in, get a quick view of the entire museum from above, then walk the stairs to look at various rooms showing artifacts, paintings, sculptures, dishes and pottery, and other historical pieces of Argentinian's past.

At the back of the museum was an exhibit of David Alfara Siqueiros, who was a famous Mexican political muralist who ended up in Argentina. They relocated one of his famous murals from a basement in town and relocated it here, in this museum. You can see it, but you have to stand in line, put on some slipper sox over your shoes, and then enter a dark cave-like room to see it. It is interesting and led by a tourguide (about 10 mins) but the room gets warm!
Written 5 March 2020
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Flavia L
Buenos Aires, Argentina33 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
Not always you have the opportunity to visit a Government's hoursel It is worth a try. Book it in advance
Written 5 March 2020
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JonnyGreen
Cawood, UK3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
Nice muesum at the back of the Casa Rosada.There are about a dozen rooms all representing a different part of Argentine history.The videos are only in Spanish. There are a few artifacts as well along with a David Alfaro Siqueros mural.
Written 20 February 2020
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martin j
York, UK69 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Business
There is a small collection of mainly personal and household items owned by the country’s military and political leaders. All of the information is in Spanish so a simple written English brochure would be helpful.

The highlight is the original David Sequeiros mural for which there are free 30 minute guided tours, some of which are in English. I’m not sure if this is available every day but Belen hosted mine on a Thursday at 11 am. If you’ve any interest or knowledge of Latin American political art then you’ll really enjoy this informative presentation of its history and interpretation by a very knowledgeable guide.
Written 8 February 2020
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Jen S
London, UK406 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Couples
Thank goodness entrance is free! It is all in Spanish and just shows the presidential train and cutlery and some other outfits etc. Not really much to look at.
Written 3 February 2020
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Jeroen6000
Playa del Carmen, Mexico118 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Couples
We were disappointed in Museo Casa rosada. Firstly it is all in Spanish so not the best for English visitors. Secondly it seems to be more a history of the presidents of Argentina as opposed to really getting to grips with the history of the country. It is small with limited (uninteresting artifacts). The only upside is that it is free at least.
Written 28 November 2019
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Jose F
Phoenix, AZ700 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019 • Friends
This museum is free to the public and hold personal items of various presidents in a Argentine history. My favorite is Juan Peron's 1955 Cadillac that was used in the movie Evita. It is in mint condition.
Written 27 September 2019
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tangojohnDallas
Dallas, TX1,161 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
I spent over an hour here enjoying a collection mostly related to former presidents. The 1955 Cadillac is in mint condition. Some reviewers have mistakenly stated the car was purchased for Eva Peron by Juan but she died in 1952 and this is a 1955 model. Clean restrooms. Children may not find anything of interest.
Written 26 September 2019
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