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“Tours in English on Saturdays Wonderful”

Museo de Artes Plasticas Eduardo Sivori
Ranked #141 of 795 things to do in Buenos Aires
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 5 April 2014

Although it is little advertised, there is an English-speaking guide at the Sivori on Saturdays from 4 to 7. Miranda is marvelously well-versed in history, art history, and Argentine history and will talk to you about the exhibiting artists and their works. Cost of entry is between nothing and 10 pesos ($1 US dollar). The museum is in a park (Parque de 3 Febrero) that is lovely to walk around in. As others have said in their reviews, the café is fine for a simple meal and the setting is very lovely in a sculpture garden.

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Reviewed 13 January 2013

I love this little museum and enjoy going through it every few months when the collections turn over. This museum always find artists with interesting perspectives and I enjoy the mix of sculpture, photography, painting, pen and ink, you name it! The space is manageable with a kid's stroller, too, which I love because I can duck in with my kids and not worry that I won't be able to maneuver the stroller around. I also really enjoy the cafe and enclosed courtyard. This is great because I can let my 2.5 year old run around in an enclosed space with plenty to explore and not worry about it! Plus, you can see and hear the trains go by which is a bonus feature for toddler entertainment and distraction. Great place.

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Reviewed 22 August 2012 via mobile

After admiring his work at the Museo de Bellas Artes we realised that there was also an Eduardo Sivori Museum in Palermo. It's tucked away in the park but worth the walk as it has a unique collection of over 100 artists. Small simple cafe at the back of the gallery is a real bonus.

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Reviewed 14 December 2011

It was a real delight to find this museo in the Palermo parks just by the rose garden and lake. Small yet well curated the exhibits change monthly and are heavily sculpture biased. 1 peso entry fee.

The cafe at the back of the building has a simple menu for salads, toasted sandwiches and some main courses. Food was reasonable quality, not too expensive but the hero was the setting under lovely big trees and being able to look back in through the glass to the exhibition.

One thing to note is that the cafe is by a busy train line where trains pass about every 20 minutes or so, but we loved the setting anyway.

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