National Historic Museum
Updated: Apr 23
The main focus of Argentina’s National History Museum is the country’s independence revolution of May 1810, although the museum also covers the history of the country before the arrival of the European colonists. The museum is found in Parque Lezama, a picturesque green park in San Telmo. It is housed in a beautiful old colonial mansion with intricate arches and covered walkways. A great opportunity to learn about the country’s tumultuous history can be found here.