Museo Evita, Buenos Aires

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Learn about the life and achievements of Eva Peron at Museo Evita. Preserving the memory of this legendary first lady, the museum houses a collection of over 3,000 artifacts, including photographs, recordings, contemporary written documents, and Evita's personal effects. The museum's permanent exhibit will take you through Evita's life, from her childhood in the small village of Los Toldos to the days of global fame. It documents her successes as first lady and her renowned struggle for the rights of women and the impoverished. Most of the displays are in Spanish, but you can opt for a guided tour of the museum, available in multiple languages. Add Museo Evita and other attractions to your Buenos Aires trip itinerary using our Buenos Aires tour planner.
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  • Great collection of images, everyday life objects and information of Eva Peron. Quite interesting to see how historical figures are perceived throughout history and across international borders. 
    Great collection of images, everyday life objects and information of Eva Peron. Quite interesting to see how historical figures are perceived throughout history and across international borders.  more »
  • Very interesting curatorship. Especially gowns that belonged to this icon. As to the historical part, while I am interested in the subject, I think there could be more of it, especially the... 
    Very interesting curatorship. Especially gowns that belonged to this icon. As to the historical part, while I am interested in the subject, I think there could be more of it, especially the...  more »
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  • Really interesting museum detailing the life of Eva Peron. The videos in each room are in Spanish with English subtitles along with some English translations on the displays. There is an app containing an audio walk through each section of the museum but best to bring headphones as the museum didn't provide any.
  • a brief introduction into the socialite and political icon Evita. Even though the first part had English text most of it did not which was disappointing. But the house that housed one of Evita's projects makes it a bit more magical.

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