Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo
Av. del Libertador 1902, C1425 CABA, Argentina
Photo courtesy of National Decorative Arts Museum
National Decorative Arts MuseumWith its swoon-worthy, 6000-plus piece collection, the museum establishes a magical dialogue with the past. All kinds of great stuff, from neo-classical statuary, silverware of yore and centuries-old tapestries, etc., etc., inhabit a magnificent 1911 mansion, alone worth the price of admission. In addition to offering a survey of the decorative arts’ development over time, there are spaces for temporary exhibitions focused on local collections and artists. Top off all the luxe with coffee or an aperitif at Café Croque Madame, in the mansion’s stately gardens.