Museo del Gaucho
Museo de Arte Contemporáne
This tiny museum displays continually rotating exhibits of modern Uruguayan painting and sculpture.
On the east side of the Plaza Independencia, the 26-story structure with the crazy beehive hairdo is Palacio Salvo, the continent's...
Montevideo’s best informal auditorium venue for big-name music and dance performances, including tango, rock, flamenco, reggae and...
Inside the Brazilian cultural center, reasonably priced meals – including feijoada (Brazil’s classic meat-and-black-bean stew) – are...
Museo del Gaucho information
Lonely Planet review
Housed in the ornate Palacio Heber, this museum displays a superb collection of historical gaucho artifacts, including horse gear, silver work, and mates and bombillas (metal straws with filters, used for drinking mate; a bitter ritual tea) in whimsical designs.