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The building itself is very much worth visiting. Actually there are two museums inside, you can walk from one on to number two. The collection was of little interest to me, but the building is beautiful
The architecture of the building was more attractive to me than an exhibition. The roof made of glass, wooden second floor, colorful walls: different color in every hall.
Good option for a cold rainy day.
The best thing about this Museum - it's a free...More
I love spending time at museums, and the Fine Arts Museum at Santiago really impressed me. The architecture, how well maintained it is, how attentive the staff is, and the fact that it gives free access to students (with your student ID) is amazing. Although...More
I have just taken the longest flight in my life to this beautiful country name Chile. While I am waiting my hotel room ready for my week occupation. I decided to pass my time in this museum , firstly it’s purely free for all. The...More
This museo is an excellent and free worthwhile trip. The size is perfect. You can spend 1-2 hours in there, see the entire space and all the exhibits. You'll leave feeling inspired and renewed. I found that after this first day of exploration the remaining...More
We visited here on a Tuesday morning, and the place was pretty empty apart from a school trip.
There’s not a great deal to view, a couple of temporary exhibitions, and some copies of sculptures from around the world.
It was free though, and the...More
As many of the other reviews noted, the building is perhaps the main attraction, with the art inside being only secondary. It’s not a huge collection, and, as with all contemporary art, it really depends what is on display at the moment. But a wonderful...More
The museum itself is interesting, but it doesn’t have a lot. The beautiful building itself is more interesting. Stroll around and look up. The wrought iron work is very lovely, 19th century I believe. It’s across a lovely park that is perfect for strolling. Just...More