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The most chosen museums in Tigre to see art and history in the Delta or the mainland


This summer the neighborhood call for free cultural spaces grew. The samples they offer, the schedules and shows.

Tigre makes free cultural activities available to residents that mix art, literature, history and theater.

Among the options to enjoy during the summer are visits to the different museums and local cultural spaces, both on the mainland and in the Delta.

One of the proposals, which generally remains open throughout the year, is the 

Museo de Arte Moderno de Tigre



, a cultural icon of the district, located at Paseo Victorica 972. Currently you can visit the samples: "

Magda Frank, modern and pre-Columbian";

"Human Fauna"

by Iglesias Brickles, 

"Artistas de La Boca",

"The Beginnings"



Historical Tiger"


"The national landscape"


"The first metaphor is the river"


The MAT is open for your visit from Wednesday to Sunday and holidays from 1 pm to 6 pm, admission is free and free, and the gardens are only open from Monday to Sunday and holidays from 8 am to 8 pm.

Any concern regarding the museum, the municipality recommends that you resolve the doubts by entering the website, Facebook or Instagram of the museum.

The Tigre Art Museum on the outside


Xul Solar House Museum

is another of the most recommended attractions, located in Chacabuco and Los Ciruelos, Villa La Ñata, you can see the place where the artist lived the last years of his life.

The artist had planned to carry out a project in Tigre: create a community life where nature played a leading role.

On the property you can visit the different spaces of the house, the garden, the ground floor and the interpretation center.

The tour is carried out by means of a guided tour with prior reservation, and its opening hours in the summer are from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

To schedule an appointment, the ideal is to send an email to

And history is not left behind when it comes to Tigre, which is why

the Reconquista Museum

was opened to learn about the history of

Santiago de Liniers

, who landed on the shores of Tigre in 1806 during the first English invasion.

On Avenida Liniers at 818, Tigre, you can find temporary exhibitions such as:

"Siempre Malvinas"

which has objects, photographs and testimonies of ex-combatants belonging to the party, and

"Restoration and Conservation"

, which presents different pieces recovered in the workshop restoration and conservation.

Visits can be made from Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with free admission and without reservation.

The House Museum of the artist Xul Solar


museum houses


Domingo F. Sarmiento

and the writer

Haroldo Conti

, in the Delta, near the fluvial station, are also an option to visit in summer.

The importance of this space is in its antiquity, they contain objects, reviews, books, among other things, that generate curiosity in visitors.


Sarmiento house

, located in Río Sarmiento and Arroyo Reyes, is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., its access is by island boat and it can be visited free of charge and without reservation.


social center of the neighbors

and the

only public square in the Delta

, which are located there, are among the most important attractions of the nautical city.

The Paula Albarracín Cultural Center

also works on the same property,

which has a public library and temporary exhibition rooms for artists from Tigre, island and continental.

Currently there is


, an exhibition with paintings by the artist Verónica Di Toro.

"Sarmiento" House Museum in the Tigre Delta

The other important


of the delta, belonging to

Haroldo Conti

, is located in Arroyo Gambado and Leber.

To access it, you must choose a boat-taxi or your own transport.

Inside it, an

Interpretation Center was built,

with a

small library


El Rincón del Escritor

, which has copies of

different editions of his work

, and the

complete collection


Crisis magazine


Visits can be made on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., free of charge and without prior reservation.

Source: clarin

All news articles on 2023-01-27

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