A tranquil escape from the fast pace of urban life (unless you arrive when school tour groups are there)
Address/Phone: Corner of Av. Casares and Av. Adolfo Berro. (4804-4922/9141.
Hours: Open every day, all year, 10AM - 6PM, with guided tours on Saturdays at 4 and 5PM.
Cost: $3 ($1 for children under 10)
Unique Suggestions: Zoological Gardens
Not in the league of San Diego, London or Toronto, but much better than many urban zoos. The Argentines have not yet caught up with the trend of more natural habitats for animals (dogs in apartment buildings are a common sight), but the zoo does have a good variety of species to see.
Address/Phone: Las Heras and Sarmiento. (4806-7412.
Hours: Open every day, all year, 10AM - 6PM.
Cost: $9 (free for children under 13). There are also cheaper tickets which provide access to specific sections of the zoo.
Fun Alternatives: Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo and Museo de Arte Oriental
Good but smallish collections of European decorative arts and art from Asia. The Decorative Arts Museum has walkman tours (in Spanish or English).
Address/Phone: Avenida del Libertador 1902. (4806-8306/4801-8248/4801-5988.
Hours: Open every day, all year, 2 - 7PM. Guided tours to Decorative Arts Museum on Tues and Thurs at 10AM.
Cost: Decorative Arts - $3. Free on Tues PM. Oriental Arts - $1. Free on Mondays.Related to:
- Museum Visits
- Theme Park Trips
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