“Julio Marc” Provincial Museum

“Julio Marc” Provincial Museum

Through its important collection, the Museum preserves, researches and disseminate  local, regional and national history. It houses many artefacts form various South American cultures. Located in the heart of  the Independence Park, it has more than 30 rooms housing...
Decorative Arts Museum “Firma and Odile Estevez”

Decorative Arts Museum “Firma and Odile Estevez”

Former private house filled with amazing and eclectic artworks turned museum.  The Firma y Odilo Estévez Municipal Decorative Art Museum (in Spanish, Museo de Arte Decorativo Firma y Odilo Estévez) is the former home of the Estévez family in Rosario, Argentina, which...
Macro – Museum of Contemporary Arts Rosario

Macro – Museum of Contemporary Arts Rosario

It is the most important collection of contemporary art in Argentina. The Macro owes its creation to the desire to display some key artworks by contemporary artists, such as the etchings of the “Juanito Laguna” series by Antonio Berni (rewarded at the Venice Biennale...
Fine Arts Museum “Juan B. Castagnino”

Fine Arts Museum “Juan B. Castagnino”

Facing the Independence Park, it is the most important museum outside Buenos Aires. In its beautiful building, opened in 1936, is displayed an amazing fine art collection with over 3,000 works of art. It has a temporary collection and two permanent collections:...

Museum of Memory

It addresses the recent Argentinian history. It was created in 2001 following the guidelines of UNESCO for the organization of thematic museums. Its job is to collect, study, disseminate what happened during the last dictatorship in Argentina, between 1976 and 1983....