National Museum of Decorative Art

National Museum of Decorative Art

Recoleta
  • Museum
  • Art
  • 0-3 hours
  • Any time
Recommended for: Family Culture

Built in an elaborate French neoclassical style and designed by the same architect who built the Trianon Palace Hotel in Versailles, the National Museum of Decorative Art has 12 exhibit halls and nine permanent collections including weapons, sculptures, furniture, paintings, porcelain and tapestries. There is a café on site with courtyard seating.

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Great place to visit. There is also a very nice small cafe with a terrace, perfect for an afternoon coffee.

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