This Saturday, November 2nd, the 16th night at the museum is held in Buenos Aires. More than 280 museums and government buildings are opening their doors for free. We made a list of the must-visit museums in Buenos Aires.

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Night at the museum in Buenos Aires

Saturday, November 2nd is the night at the museums in Buenos Aires. The museums are opening their doors from 8 p.m. (20h) until 3 a.m. (3h). It doesn’t only include museums but also government buildings and private institutions.

Find here a list of all participating locations.

The Congres of Argentina

Head over to the Congres of Argentina. During the “Night at the museum” the Congres is open for the public. An extraordinary possibility. Don’t miss it! Be on time.
Address: Av. Entre Ríos 

MALBA

Yes! The MALBA is open until 3 a.m. and free!
Address: Av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta 3415

Museum Carlos Gardel

The house of the best tango singer in Argentinian history is open to the public.
Address: Jean Jaures 735

Free public transport at Night of the museum

From 8 p.m. (20h) until 3 a.m. (03h) the public transport is free to get around in the city. An easy way to hop from museum to museum. To use public transport for free, you need to download the “free transport” pass.

Download here your free transport pass. (Save it as an image on your phone).

Buses

Not all buses are free. Following lines are available to use with the pass: 1 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9 – 10 – 12 – 17 – 19 – 20 – 21 – 22 – 23 – 24 – 25 – 26 – 28 – 31 – 32 – 34 – 39 – 41- 42 – 44 – 50 – 51 – 55 – 56 – 57 – 60 – 63 – 67 – 68 – 71 – 74 – 75 – 76 – 78 – 79 – 84 – 85 – 87 – 91 – 92 – 98 – 99 – 100 – 101 – 103 – 106 – 107 – 108 – 109 – 110 – 111 – 113 – 115 – 117 – 127 – 128 – 130 – 132 – 134 – 135 – 146 – 150 – 152 – 158 – 160 – 161 – 168 – 169 – 175 – 177 – 178 – 188

Subway

The subway is completly free from 7 p.m. (19h) until the end of service that night.

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