Evita Museum visit – opened in 2002.
On July 18, 1948, Evita bought and restored El Hogar for women and children with no resources.
Now it houses the Museo Evita, a living museum where people can come to know, understand and appreciate the life of the most important woman of Argentine history.
Located at 2988 Lafinur Street in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, the Evita Museum forms part of the cultural tourist trail of the City of Buenos Aires (together with the Decorative Art Museum, the National Fine Arts Museum, the Palais de Glace and the Latin American Art Museum
The Evita Museum is a vital experience when visiting Buenos Aires. A most controversial character in Argentina’s history, Eva Perón is a myth. The museum is a place where people feel, learn andunderstand. For those who don’t know about her. For those who know her and want to know more.
A museum designed for Argentines and foreigners to understand a fundamental part of Argentine History.
On the 50th anniversary of her death, July 26, 2002, EVITA MUSEUM opened its doors, a place that tells about the life and work of one of the most important women in Argentine history and shows the truth with historical rigor. Through a unique heritage, visitors will be able to know about her life, the social reality and the international context of those days so as to have a better understanding of the country at that time.
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