Arguably the most complete ( if not largest ) collection of modern ( 20th century ) art in Latin America. Admission is free, go directly to see the permanent collection : works by Picasso, Braque, Monet, Marisol Scobar, Cezanne et all, one next to the other.
If there's any "current expo" simply skip it. Chances are it will be a mediocre work to celebrate the ( imaginary ) glory of dead ex-president Chavez , or even worst, any of his fellow partners.
Also be aware that the surrounding area is quite dangerous. Dont carry cameras / phones / etc. in the streets. The building complex in wich is located ( Parque Central ) is a fine example of todays Venezuela : a once rich in resources country for opportunity, growth, developpment and hope, has become a ruined down, debris filled, crime ridden, crippy no man's land. Thanks Chavez, this is the result of his "glory". Defenetely worth a visit.
*** 2 blocks away there's the "Plaza de los Museos", several museums in a pretty architectural complex, with same hints : look for the old, permanent collections, and avoid any Chavez related, current expo.
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