Activities

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Guided tours

Discover the Museum

Every Tuesday and Thursday, 2pm (1 hour)

A tour to discover the stories behind selected archaeological and ethnographic objects.

Our guides will take you through the exhibitions and share the significance and histories of some of our collections, highlighting the complex and seldom well-known indigenous heritage that has helped to shape Argentina as it is today.

 

Visit the Ethnographic Collections’ Storage Area

+ Optional, after the Discover the Museum tour: Visit the Ethnographic Collections’ Storage Area: more than 2500 objects from the five continents.

Cost

Discover the Museum: AR$ 60
Discover the Museum + Access to the Storage Areas: AR$ 80

Our Discover the Museum and Visit the Ethnographic Collections’ Storage Area guided tours are for adult individuals and small groups (only up to 10 people). If you are visiting as part of a larger group, can’t make it on Tuesday or want a themed or specialist tour please see our section below on booked tours & groups.


Regular guided tours in Spanish

 

Booked tours & Groups

In addition to the regular Tuesday and Thursday guided tours, you may book tours for individuals and groups by contacting our Cultural Actions Area at etnovis@filo.uba.ar or calling (54-11) 5287-3063 for details. Special tours may be able to be arranged to meet your group requirements.

The Museum welcomes visiting groups of all kinds.

To ensure that your visit is as successful as possible, we do ask that you notify the Museum in advance so that we can make the necessary arrangements. Any group wishing to visit the Museum should contact the Cultural Actions Area.

 

  • The maximum group size allowed in the Museum at any one time is 40 people.
  • Two weeks notice is expected and booking is essential.
  • Groups visiting the museum will have to complete a group registration form.

 

Families and children

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Can you find all these objects at the Museum?

Messenger objects
Some things can tell many things. Find them by looking around the exhibitions of the Museum.

Masks
Masks hide and tell. They cover our faces so we can transform into a character, a god, or to participate in a ceremony.