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Legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel bought the home housing this museum for his mother in the 1920s. Today it’s essentially a shrine to the man whose music put the Argentine tango scene on the world map.more
This museum was located between the Great Temple Paso and the Abasto Mall, so we decided to branch out and learn something new. We did, as this museum (30 Ap each) and home of Carlos Gardel had memorabilia and films showing his adoration and success...More
The night before we went to the supper club with his name for dinner and tango. The next day we went to his house, where he lived with his mother. It was converted into a museum in 2003/4. It has original furniture, lots and lots...More
If you are interested in tango and the songs of the tango that streamed out of Argentina in the 1920s and 30s, this small museum, located in Gardel's old house, is worth a short visit. There are many recordings and photos of the singer and...More
This is a great little museum dedicated to Carlos Gardel, the legendary tango singer and film star, who was killed tragically young in a plane accident. The museum is in a quiet part of Buenos Aires close to the large new Abasto shopping centre. The...More
We were in the area so took the opportunity to visit Gardel's house. The problem with these houses is that.... they are not supposed to be turned into museums! so even though the place is quite nice and there are a few interesting information on...More
On 735 Jean Jaures Street, a quiet road two blocks away from the Abasto Shopping Mall.
For those who are not Latin American, a brief note: In the city of Buenos Aires, Abasto used to be a poor area, devoted to the central wholesale of...More
El Museo Casa Carlos Gardel is a small house located near Abasto shopping center. You can find it easily. I was not expecting anything that would blow my mind and that is exactly what I found. However, it is a must see for latin american...More
The man who put tango on the map has a free museum in a home where he lived some 75 years ago. The neighborhood has homes with interesting architecture and a carnival like style. well worth a hour of your time when visiting the Pink...More