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Me and my friend pop in here to pass some time, it was interesting. But there was not much information in english, which was a bit disappointing. I would not make an effort to go there, but if you are in the neighbour hood and...More
Didn't have a great time here. The staff was a bit rude. The main problem was language. I know this is Argentina, but they didn't have anything in english! If you go to a museum in california, everything will be in english and spanish. They...More
I loved this museum. Whilst it might be small it packs a lot in. For me the added bonus was many of her dresses and personal items. There is a lovely little cafe round the corner too (very popular with locals on a Sunday) and...More
A very aesthetic and beautiful museum. Learned a lot about a very interesting and wonderful lady. The service was great, and all the people who worked there were great! I loved the displays, but I wish there were a few more English translations. Some quotes,...More
Many Americans known about Evita either through the Broadway play of through the moving staring Madonna. Though both paint a realistic image of Evita. Evita was a real life person and a major force in transforming the political scene in Argentina. I will say, I...More
We love musicals so we keen to find out a bit more about this interesting lady. The museum was small but full of interesting artefacts, most displays were in English which was a bonus. We found the staff a little off putting, there was a...More
This is a a wonderful museum located in one the buildings Evita set up for women and children in need of help. The museum has newsreel, radio broadcasts, and numerous exhibits of her clothes and personal items. The audio is of course in Spanish, but...More
A must see for understanding Argentina politics and women's sufferage. Eva Peron was the lady who pulled the plug out of the dam of sufferage.
Revolutions were many and often as the humbles were indeed ruled forcefully by the elite. Eva brought public service ideals...More
Interesting museum on live of Eva Peron in Buenos Aires. City in which she lived and made a lasting impact the life of this nation. Some of the texts in displays are in English but some are not. Although if you know basics of Argentinian...More
Date of experience: June 2019
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Leandro S, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Museo Evita, responded to this reviewResponded 1 August 2019
Best known as the largest neighbourhood in Buenos Aires, Palermo is divided into different quarters, each with its own unique identity. The high-end quarter is Palermo Chico, characterized by magnificent mansions, regal avenues, and exclusive apartment buildings, and home to the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a favourite amongst locals. The largest park in the city, the Bosques de
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