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Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Jose Miguel de la Barra 650, Santiago 8320000, Chile
56-2 49 91 600
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This museum is home to one of the world's largest collections of paintings, sculptures and tapestries of renowned artist Jean Lucrat.
  • Excellent42%
  • Very good37%
  • Average17%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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“main hall” (9 reviews)
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Jose Miguel de la Barra 650, Santiago 8320000, Chile
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had about 3 hours to kill before departing SCL for the US; we walked to the National Museum of Beaux Arts and were pleasantly surprised to learn of free admission on Sundays! We spent all of our time exploring individual galleries and particularly enjoyed...More

Thank dcr1837
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The building in itself is impressive, and the marbles downstairs are fascinating, but the real deal is upstairs in the exhibits of the natural good, individual good and community good. A history is traced, through art and artists, and it's a great job. Inspires.

Thank jannelupita
Reviewed July 14, 2017

This gallery is completely free to visit (although you'll be greeted by a grumpy guy who insists you get a receipt for 0.00 from the desk before he'll let you in as it's probably more than his 'Jobsworth' not to) and you'll see why once...More

1  Thank Jarko2015
Reviewed June 26, 2017

We walked through the Parque Forestal gardens to The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and spent 90 minutes taking in the art and architecture of the museum. To be honest the paintings and sculptures are really secondary to the main feature. This is the vast...More

Thank Stephen P
Reviewed June 21, 2017

I went here because the main hall looked amazing in the photos and I love art deco buildings. The hall lived up to its promise. Fortunately they had removed the entrance fee (wisely) as it turned out there were almost no exhibitions. There were are...More

Thank srocc
Reviewed June 16, 2017

The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes did not live up to my expectations. It's claim to fame is supposed to be its large collection of neoclassical paintings and sculptures. But what I saw left me unimpressed. There was a special exhibition on the works of...More

Thank Cecilia A
Reviewed May 27, 2017 via mobile

We love to visit fine arts museums wherever we go. Santiago Museo National de Bellas Artes was truly disappointing. The collections were scarce and we judged the quality very poor. In addition, the museum does not allow photos. The only reason I am giving it...More

Thank FrenchTraveller2013
Reviewed May 25, 2017

Architecture lovely. Touring galleries not the complete art museum experience for anyone who doesn't speak Spanish. Text describing exhibits, history of paintings etc all in Spanish. There are no multi-language tours available that we could find. I personally prefer information from the curator and some...More

Thank Pat K
Reviewed May 13, 2017

This is a free museum in a French Baroque building built for the 100 year centennial of Chile. The exhibition was political about violence. The space is classical and deserves a visit.

Thank RusPat_704
Reviewed April 23, 2017 via mobile

The architecture is kind of interesting , especially the glass ceiling , but this museum , which bills itself as "el museo de todos " ( the museum of everything ) should really be called "el museo de nada" ( the museum of nothing) because...More

1  Thank peter k
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