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Close to the city of Buenos Aires.
Take the bus 129 (Retiro or in 9th of July) cost 70 Ars (need to be use sube card)
1 hour until the bus stop of La Plata City (8th street)
Take a taxi to the park (1st...More
The museum is very interesting and almost exclusively in Spanish so it helps to be able to read Spanish.
I found it better on dinosaurs than the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales in Buenos Aires and better on Argentina's indigenous people than any other museum...More
We departed our Palermo condo at 8 AM, taking the Metro D to 9th of April station, then Metro C, ending at Plaza Constitution. Upstairs was the train station where we purchased our round trip tickets (8 Ap each round trip) to La Plata, taking...More
We made the trip out from Constitution Station (just $8AR return, very comfortable air conditioned train runs every half hour and takes less than an hour) and enjoyed a few hours wandering this fabulous museum. Such a big range of South American and some international...More
The collection of fossils and skeletons is very good and the visit to the museum is an interesting one. The interiors are very pretty too. It's a bit of an old one, but still can entertain and educate.
To see all will take about 2/3 hours. Use an Universitary Guide, Also available normally at the entrance. If go with a Tour arrange before with the touring Company to find one before being in the place.-
Booked a La Plata City Tour where we also went to the Museo. We had 30 minutes total to visit the Museum. I would've loved to see more traditional Argentinian things, instead there were stuffed animals. Not really my cup of tea but then again...More
Few years back I visited a Fossil museum near Calgary in Canada and I thought it was the best until my visit to La Pata museum. Very informative and detailed of animal existence from Dinosaurs Age. What more is that discovery of subsequent civilizations are...More