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Five Cultural Museums to See in Argentina

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Museums are the center of history. They display the complex and intriguing finds both locally and worldwide. A trip through a museum can give you a time travelling experience through visual aids, replicas and actual artifacts. Argentina has more than its fair share of discoveries. The locales through the southern country have made many contributions to:

  • Science
  • The Arts
  • Archaeology
  • Cultural
  • Historical
  • Botany

With so much to offer, it is natural they have several museums throughout. Differing regions and specialties will determine the size of the institution. When visiting Argentina, make a stop to tour the museums for an enriched opportunity to learn more about their culture and way of life. individuals, families and groups are welcome at most. Children as well as the adults will benefit from the viewings and exhibits.  With so much to see and so little time, save time by planning ahead. Some of the venues are bi-lingual and others are mostly Spanish. Tours and arrangements can be made to make sure you get the most out of your visit.

Five Museums to Explore

There are Five specific museums that catch the attention of both locals and tourists. The Museo de la Plata has Carved Saber Toothed Tigers greet the guests as they arrive. With twenty three rooms of displays, the building is large and full of history. Native plants, minerals and foods are only a few things to see. Ancient artifacts and archaeological finds are spread throughout the rooms. If you are in Salta, the Museo de Archaeology of Alta Montana has mummies and discoveries that have impacted history. Its newly renovated and awaiting visitors. You will see multicultural heights on your tour.

The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes holds the largest public art display in Latin America. From ancient works to the middle ages and impressionistic artists such as Van Gogh, Monet and Manet. It is noted to have over twelve thousand native and renowned artistic pieces for viewing.

 Going from art to archaeology, we have the Museo Palentologico Egidio Feruglio. The Paleontologist in all of us would love this museum. Argentina is famed for dinosaur and prehistoric findings. They have a workshop, replicas and real deals for their presentation. They have an English tour for travelers and is one you definitely don’t want to miss.

Argentina has lavish vineyards and scenic tributes to their culture. The El Museo del Vino y la Vendimia brings you back in time inside of a charming chalet. The early Europeans and Argentinean natives worked together to produce the wine they are now known for. Thousands of detailed pieces are displayed along with wine tastings for a true experience.

Museums in any country is a great way to understand the heritage, ancestry and history and even local feeling. Argentina has an abundance of wonders that have brought them to be one of the greatest cultures. They have a traditional sense to their life while succeeding into the future, carrying their ancestry with the along the way.

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