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The Best Museums in Cordoba City 2024

The Best Museums in Cordoba City 2024

The city of Cordoba, Argentina, is well known for its cultural and academic background, which can be appreciated in a great variety of beautiful and interesting museums.

February 2, 2024

Emilio Caraffa Provincial Fine Arts Museum. A few blocks from Sarmiento Park, the Emilio Caraffa Arts Museum delights us with its samples of contemporary and local art. It is named after an artist born in Corrientes, but with a prestigious career in the province of Córdoba. The museum has a bookstore, artistic workshops, guided tours and 5 floors dedicated to the art exhibits. Address: Leopoldo Lugones 411

Evita Fine Arts Museum. The Evita Museum, opened in 2007, has a permanent art collection. This collection belongs to the artistic heritage of Córdoba and, in general, the exhibition of works by Córdoba artists is privileged. In addition to being a masterpiece of Cordoba architecture, the palace became famous for having been visited by Ernesto “Che” Guevara himself. It is, without a doubt, another of the museums in Córdoba that you cannot miss. The Museo Superior de Bellas Artes Evita is located in the 19th century Petit Hotel formerly known as Palacio Ferreyra. Address: Av. Yrigoyen 511

Paseo del Buen Pastor
. It is a cultural complex that offers visitors a wide variety of artistic and recreational activities within the framework of a beautiful urban space rescued for the use of the community. The place, which used to be a women's prison, is today a strategic point to get to know the city. Inaugurated in 2007, it became a meeting space for the people of Córdoba. Every hour, it offers us a dancing water show, set to music by local quartets. In addition, each week it presents art exhibitions, paintings, sculptures and even musical shows.
Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón de los Padres Capuchinos. The Church of Los Capuchinos is a reference of Gothic art. If we visit the Paseo del Buen Pastor, our panorama is immediately embellished by this temple. Recently restored, it was the First Cultural Wonder of the City, according to the local people. If you visit Córdoba Capital, you cannot miss learning a little more about the history of this imposing church.

Museum of Anthropology
. This museum belongs to the National University of Córdoba and its Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities. Every month it offers different proposals that range from educational workshops to interactive activities for all audiences. It has a Heritage Reserve that tells us the history of our country and all its regions. Address: Av. Hipólito Yrigoyen 174

The Jesuit Crypt
. If you have 20 minutes to spare, visit this small crypt and crematorium of jesuitic origin regularly used for musicals, art exhibits and theatrical plays. Address: Av. Colón 100.





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