Buque Museo Fragata ARA Presidente Sarmiento, Buenos Aires

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Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Imagine the thrill of sailing the wild seas a century ago as you step aboard Buque Museo Fragata ARA Presidente Sarmiento. Built in 1898 as a training vessel for the Argentine navy, the frigate could hold more than 300 crew in its heyday, during which it served on 37 training voyages. Since its retirement in 1939, the ship has been painstakingly restored, showcasing the lush interior that housed many of its officers over the years. Bring the kids along, and let them act out their pirate fantasies as they run around the ship's deck. Arrange to visit Buque Museo Fragata ARA Presidente Sarmiento and other attractions in Buenos Aires using our Buenos Aires sightseeing website.
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  • a very interesting place-museum to visit when you are in the Puerto Madero area. Entrance is cheap and you can enter the ship.  more »
  • While there is still room for more information details about this wonderful piece of Naval History, I guess it takes ‘ an old Salt ‘ to appreciate what there is to see and reminisce. Many folks might....  more »
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  • The history was very detailed and for my first time actually going on the boat it was very insightful. Going below is cool because they have a lot of historic objects that makes the history lesson a little more like traveling to the past. To see the people and background helps you realize more about the life aboard. The cost to get on was I believe 20 pesos Nov-Dec2019 but we know that might and could change. Just wanted to add the price so people might know. If I am wrong please correct me. Well worth a quick tour and great for families in my opinion.
  • Nice place, it represents the union between Uruguay and Argentina naval defense and the historical cooperation of them, it has losts of materials and nostes with some text of explanation of its meaning.

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