Casa Rosada Museum

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The Casa Rosada Museum is located on the site of the Taylor Customs House and the Fort of Buenos Aires, two historic buildings that have been through a rigorous process of restoration and recovery. The Customs House, built in 1855, and the Fort of Buenos Aires, built in the 1700s, have been the site of the Argentine Government House since the 1800s.

The museum’s collection comprises thousands of historical artefacts and artworks from the time of Spanish rule onwards.

The museum also houses an intimate mural by Mexican artist David Alfaro Siqueiros, considered a masterpiece of Latin American art. The mural was recovered and restored as part of Argentina's national heritage. Siqueiros painted it in 1933 together with Argentine artists Spilimbergo, Berni, and Castagnino and Uruguayan painter Lázaro. The work was commissioned by Natalio Botana.

The Casa Rosada Museum is open from Wednesdays to Sundays and on holidays, from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm (last admission at 5.30 pm).

Phone number: 4344-3802

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