Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo

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8 expert reviews

“This museum is housed in the stunning beaux arts mansion called Residencia Errázuriz Alvear (1917), once the residence of Chilean aristocrat Matías Errázuriz and his wife, Josefina de Alvear.”

– Lonely Planet

Fodor's
"The harmonious, French neoclassical mansion that houses the National Museum of Decorative Art is as much a reason to visit as the period furnishings, porcelain, and silver within it." Full review
Concierge
"Since 1937, this stunning neoclassical mansion, formerly the Palacio Errázuriz, has operated as a museum devoted to the decorative arts."
Frommer's
"French architect René Sergent, who designed some of the grandest mansions in Buenos Aires, also designed the mansion housing this museum." Full review
Time Out
"This stunning building was converted into a museum in 1937, and its majestic ballrooms, bedrooms and hallways today display over 4,000 pieces of decorative art." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Still, there are scores of interesting pieces among the 4,000 on show, including sculptures by Rodin, paintings by El Greco and fine porcelain from France and the Far East." Full review
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