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Aside from visiting the Tigre delta, this is the other must-do activity in Tigre. The fascinating museum covers the history of the navy from its founding right through the Malvinas war through photos, models and artefacts.
Displays are only in Spanish but there's plenty to...More
Fantastic value at 20 pesos I spent a very happy hour and a half in here (might have been a bit less if it hadn't taken my weak Spanish so long to decipher the information signs).
The physical layout is a bit confusing but it...More
The naval museum is a charming collection of bits and pieces from Argentina's naval history. As I'm most interested in steel ships, I was impressed by the two large scale models of the two dreadnoughts Argentina once owned. Also, finally seeing Vito Dumas' LEHG II...More
This is a great museum. I just wish I spoke Spanish or explanations were in English. The museum has many artifacts, and some very interesting ones indeed. I specially like the area dedicated to more modern history - - after the sailing ships.
A review of the museum including much more, including the town! I stopped by, the museum, following an excellent lunch down the street. The staff at the museum was very courteous and helpful, as the young people spoke English. The Restaurant, Villa Julia, is a...More
It is a large museum. Read up on the history before you go to better enjoy the exhibits. Sadly we could have done with another hour, there are many ship models from the beginning of the Argentine Navy as well as armaments and more to...More
This museum is clearly old school and honestly, it is a bit old. If one would be picky, one would spot the paint has faded, broken exhibition materials but then again: you paid less than a dollar (hum, at the blue rate). And that's all...More
Visited with my 18 yr old grandson. The only disadvantage is that there are no explanations in English. I was told there was an English speaking translator/guide on the weekends in the afternoon.
Exhibits are varied and quite well laid out. By Argentine standards, it...More