Most museums are located in huge buildings with the same displays as the last. For a change of pace the Buque Museo Corbeta Uruguay is definitely the place to go. The Uruguay was the first ship in the Argentinean Navy. Arriving in Argentina is 1874; the Uruguay has seen the world. Traveling multiple times to Antarctica she rescued a Swedish expedition in 1903. Later on, the Uruguay became a school and now a National Historic Monument. Today, the Uruguay is a well respected museum that documents her travels and the men that sailed with her.
The ship docked in the bay allowing visitors to get a feel for how it was to be stationed on her. The artifacts including maps, photographs, and items used in the service of the Uruguay are on display. Anchored in Puerto Madero, the Buque Museo Corbeta Uruguay Ship Museum is easily accessible from most part of Buenos Aires and worth the trip to experience the history of this noble ship.
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