Sunday, May 13, 2012

What are the best football (Soccer) museum in Buenos Aires?

Boca Juniors, River Plate Argentinos Juniors are pioneering institutions in the assembly of museums to remember their own history. Here's a guide to avoid missing the main corners of each of these collections where football history lives on.

Boca Juniors Museum

It is one of the most sophisticated internationally for its technological equipment. Movies at 360 º surround sound and image, 72 monitors that project images of the main events of Argentina and the world in the twentieth century, touch screens that allow you to revive the famous  goals and original stories and computer databases.

In addition to the tour is possible to know the neighborhood's history and evolution of the shirt and access to information about the championships and objects that belonged to the players.

Brandsen 805, Capital Federal. T. 4362-1100. Every day from 10 to 18. (When game time is changed according to the time of the meeting). Those who wish may make the Stadium Tour, which includes a visit to the premises of the court (field, locker rooms, warm sector, stalls, tunnel) with a guide. Every day, between 11 and 17, there is a tour every 60 minutes. See if it rains.

Boca Museum Site 

River Plate Museum

It offers:

• The club's history narrated by idols and video projected on a 360 ° screen.
• A "time tunnel" which combines audiovisual and lighting and sound effects that transport the visitor through the various decades of the millionaire club history.
• Exhibition of the most important laurels reaped by the institution.
• The Machine: homage to the famous front of the club by a facility in which a locomotive-real-demolished a wall.
• History of the River jersey today.
• A review of the major celebrities who put the blue and white.
• Goals unforgettable. The 100 most celebrated and decisive. Original sound and visual experience.
• A giant model of the stadium to discover the depths of the Monumental and the various social, cultural and institutional features.
• Screening of a film uninterrupted homage to the great stars of the club.
Av Figueroa Alcorta 7597, Buenos Aires. T: 4789-1156 | 4515-0651/0652/0653. General admission: $ 45 / Resident: $ 35 / members, retirees and younger: $ 22. There are combos that include a visit to the stadium. Every day from 10 to 19. Stadium Tour: daily, hourly, from 11 until 17. See if it rains.

River Plate Site 

Argentinos Juniors Museum

The museum was inaugurated on November 25, 2009. The permanent collection consists of t-shirts, photos, banners, cards and souvenirs of the institution. One feature of the museum is that the material was donated by the institution's own fans (hence the collection is alive and varies according to the input). The history of the institution is told through videos.

It also offers a tour of the stadium which includes visits to the central hall, press room, dressing rooms and the playing field (even on game days).

Juan Agustín García and Boyacá, Capital Federal. Tuesday and Thursday from 10 to 17, Saturdays from 10 to 13 and local match days.

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