Museo Jesuítico La Banda

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Museo Jesuítico La Banda
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Timespinner T
Marbella, Spain12 contributions
Nov 2019
The day we went it was raining and cold and it all smelled damp and humid.
It could be a cute museum if the exhibits were cleaned and properly maintained. Not hard to look after 19th century furniture, just do as in a house...
The L shaped tiny chapel is the best part.
The young enthusiastic guides do a good job and need to be encouraged.
Written December 8, 2019
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Kay
Arcadia, FL9 contributions
Oct 2019
The museum was interesting, but of course no English translations or translator. There are 5 menhirs in front of missionon the side. The receptionist said they had always been there.
Written October 28, 2019
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Jnanayog
St. John's, Canada4,116 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
We walked here from town in search of Restaurant de Museo and from one Review it should be attached to the Museo complex. What we encountered was a group of Pueblo Style buldings many if not all in need of attention. No guide and except for an older woman sitting outside whom we tried to pay the entry fee the place was empty. We entered and wandered about and what we saw was very disappointing. .beach stones and and, couple of religious attire, broken pots and one wall of old photos. .no idea who they were. We left. Outside a series of courtyards and a building for Paseo Artesano. No Restaurant El Museo. Unless you are a student of early Jesuit not worth a visit. Public Funding needed.
Written February 16, 2019
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foxyves
London, UK9 contributions
May 2016 • Couples
We visited the museo after having lunch at the lovely restaurant attached to the museum which I would definitely recommend: cheap and delicious, plus humita (traditional sweetcorn dish) and soup good for vegetarians!

The museum is an old Jesuit church and previous home of the Governor of Tucuman. It's well conserved and we had our own guide for the price of admission (around 20/30 pesos). The tour was in spanish, unsure if english tours are available. The house, chapel and artefacts are well preserved and lovely to see.

There is also a shop selling local crafts, knitted goods etc well worth a visit. All in all a nice couple of hours to spend eating lunch and seeing some history.
Written May 23, 2016
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