Ricardo Rojas Museum

Address: Charcas 2837 – Recoleta

This museum has been set in what used to be the home of Ricardo Rojas, the prestigious poet, dramatist, orator, politician and historian. It consists of a neo colonial house his wife handed over to the State in 1957. It has been declared National Historic heritage as its façade is a replica of the Congress of Tucumán, and because it keeps items of furniture, art, religion, books and relics of great historic value, which have once belonged to San Martin, and reproduce the life and times of those men who had a significant role along the country’s development.