Museum in South of Palermo

Museo Casa Carlos Gardel

Recent renovations have brought fresh life to this small but noteworthy tribute to tango's most famous voice. Located in Gardel’s old house, the museum traces the singer's early years in France and Argentina, his mu…
Notable Building in South of Palermo

Mercado de Abasto

The historic Mercado de Abasto (1895) has been turned into one of the most beautiful shopping centers in the city. The building, once a large vegetable market, received an architectural prize in 1937 for its Av Corr…
Museum in South of Palermo

Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales

In the geographical center of the city at circular Parque Centenario is this excellent natural-science museum. On display are large collections of meteorites, rocks and minerals, Argentine seashells, insects and din…
Cultural Center in South of Palermo

Casa Brandon

Located in Villa Crespo, this meeting spot is so much more than a bar. The concept at Casa Brandon is to promote art in the context of sexual diversity. There’s an art gallery that showcases paintings and photograph…
Observatory in South of Palermo

Observatorio Astronómico

This observatory offers one-hour telescopic stargazing sessions. Call or check the website before your visit, as observation hours change depending on the season.
Monument in South of Palermo

Carlos Gardel Statue

The Abasto neighborhood was once home to tango legend Carlos Gardel, and on this cobbled street off Av Anchorena is a statue of the singer.