Usina del Arte
Hours vary depending on the week’s program, which you can view here.
Buenos Aires is brimming with artists – so it stands to reason that the city should have some pretty great museums to match. As a matter of fact, here’s six must-see museums to get you started.
Argentine philanthropist Amalia Fortabat’s collection not only contains works by world masters like Klimt, Rodin, Andy Warhol and William Turner; it also showcases some of the best Argentine contemporary artists of all time. And let’s not forget there’s an amazing view of the river to admire. They do offer tours, but they are in Spanish. To request an English tour, email email@example.com.
Colección Fortabat, Olga Cossettini 141, Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, +54 11 4310 6600.
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday: 12 PM – 8 PM. Closed Mondays.
Given that most people are used to a different hemisphere, this planetarium in Buenos Aires offers an all new celestial experience. Shaped like the planet Jupiter, this eye-catching space museum is located in the beautiful parks of Palermo. Planetario Galileo Galilei offers a 360-degree space show, astronomical courses, and various exhibits.
Planetario Galileo Galilei, Av. Sarmiento s/n 1425, Buenos Aires, +54 11 4771 6629.
Hours: At the time this article was published, the planetarium was temporarily closed for construction. Check back to their website for the latest information.