Are you fond of history? Or do you love taking a journey to the past? Here is a list of famous museums in Cordoba that let you know the historical stories of the city. Explore these popular museums of Cordoba to educate yourself! You can visit things to do in Cordoba page if you want to check all other attractions and activities.
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Top Cordoba Museums
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#1 of 4 Museums in Cordoba | Added 1720 times in trip plans
Street Rosario de Santa Fe 218
09:30 am - 05:00 pm
The largest colonial house to survive intact in Argentina, this historical museum was used as the 18th-century home and office of the first Spanish governor of Córdoba. Completed in 1772, the house showcases the town's early colonial history. The governor's commercial and office rooms were downstairs, with the more intimate family rooms upst...
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Av. Poeta Lugones 411 - X5000HZE
10:00 am - 08:00 pm
One of the best contemporary art museums in Cordoba, this aesthetic building was designed by Juan Kronfuss. With a monthly change in the exhibits, this neoclassical has nine exhibit halls spreading over an area of 1500 square meters.
The museum is a hone to collection from poplar artists like Juan Carlos Castagnino, Pablo Curatella Manes, Fernando ...
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Hipolito Yrigoyen 511, Cordoba
10:00 am - 08:00 pm
Another feather added to the Cordoban cap of arts and culture, this Museum displays fine art pieces of artists like Emilio Caraffa , Antonio Segui, José Hands Limited malanca or series of Carlos Alonso.
This museum is housed by the Ferreira Family and the stands proudly in the Palacio Ferrerya. The architectural building in the imperia...
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Museo de la Memoria La Perla - 20, 5101, Cordoba
This museum is an exception to all the other and will definitely give you goose bumps as you wander around its hallway. This construction was formerly used as a clandestine center for detention and torture in Argentina’s Dirty war.
Operated by department of intelligence back then, this will place will leave you touched. The huge walls still b...