Its permanent exhibition includes musical instruments and objects that belonged to well-known Uruguayan authors members of AGADU.
This is one of the oldest institutions in carrasco. The main highlights of this museum are the chalet, the big house, the stables and the parking lots together with thirty three carriages.
Exhibiting different tools that have been used at different moments of our education: ‘Borron and the new school’(1900 hall), J. P. Varela’s hall, science hall ‘Mtro. C. Estable’ conference room and the writing workshop hall.
Contains an exhibition of the most important trophies won by Peñarol throughout its history, starting in 1891 up to the present day. Not only trophies can be admired here. There is also a collection of historical significant items that belonged to star players of the club such as shirts, flags and other memorabilia. Of course the museum wouldn't be complete without the gift shop, offering a wide selection of exclusive souvenirs.
The exhibition shows the history of Uruguaian National Army from its origins to the present, with special emphasis on peace missions.
Its main attraction is its architectural uniqueness, which holds Alchemical, Masonic and Templar symbols
The Museum honors the memory of the 29 Uruguayans who perished in the famous aircrash in the Ande, 1972. The goal of this Museum is to transmit to the next generations the values and spirit of this unique story (Teamwork, Solidarity, Friendship).
Original objects, documents and pictures are exhibited.
It is located at a building of high architectural value, MI - Interactive Museum seeks for dissimination of the meat industry and the promotion of Uruguaian metas. It is the first museum in Montevideo that it can be visited with 3D glasses.
Giuseppe Garibaldi lived here between 1842 and 1848, he was a member of the liberal republican movement which took place in Europe at that time, as well as taking part in the Riogrande revolution and in the Montevidean defense.
The Social Clubhouse, popularly known as The Crystal Palace, offers an exhibition hall with trophies and medals of its rich sporting history, as well as pictures of its most outstanding football teams for more than a Century
SOA contemporary art it is an independent art space whose primary purpose is to support the development, dissemination and commercialization of contemporary art forms.
We offer a relaxed atmosphere, a place to enjoy the pleasure to watch and reflect. Besides the permanent exhibition of the works that the gallery works, SOA presents a series of temporary exhibitions exclusively Uruguayan artists, talks with referents of national art and short workshops focused on topics related to contemporary art.
La Banda Sinfónica de Montevideo presenta a Gabriel Gallo en Uruguay
Eduardo Fabini, Triste nr 2
Oscar Navarro, Concierto para Clarinete
Helge Hurum, Norwegian rustic dance
Edvard Grieg, Homage march from Sigurd Jorsalfar
Edvard Grieg, Peer Gynt, suite nr 1, Op 46
1 Morning mood
2 Aase's death
3 Anitra's dance
4 in the hall of the Moun
Por primera vez el Coro Nacional del Sodre y el Coro Polifónico Nacional (Argentina) se unen, para interpretar la Missa Solemnis, magnífica obra de Ludwig van Beethoven.
El concierto contará, además, con destacados solistas nacionales e internacionales, junto a la Orquesta Sinfónica del Sodre. Más de 250 artistas en escena bajo la dirección del Mtro. Stefan Lano.
Café Brasilero offers an excellent choice of culinary options for the tea and coffee service, as well as sophisticated ‘lunch specials’, combining a modern culinary service with the usual traditional delicacies. In addition to a wide variety of local and international beverages suitable for crowning any occasion, the smell of exquisite coffee always welcomes our customers.
Situated in the oldest part of Ciudad Vieja, housed in a building from the early 19th century which has been recently restored. There is a coexistence of several environments within Lindolfo, which may be used independently or jointly, depending on the occasion. An intimate theater, a restaurant equipped with a fireplace, our Pinotea room, terraces, a grill room, a windowed balcony and indoor parking space integrally combine with a top-class culinary offer, bound
to make your time here an unforgettable experience.
Situated at the Solís Theatre Cultural Center and recognized as ‘the most innovating dining experience’ by Uruguaynow, Rara Avis calls itself a culinary complex where gastronomy, culture and art merge. From Mondays to Fridays experience artistic flashes with live, non-invasive bakground music; and, on Saturdays, a series of Tango performances. Three levels in one single complex, each one with its own menu and something different to offer.
An Irish pub in Montevideo, The Shannon is situated on the main artery of the city’s nightlife. A cosmopolitan space offering the widest variety of national and imported beer, as well as delicious cocktails, whisky, wine and a list of dishes worth looking into, among which the irish bread, the typical cold cuts and personal pan pizzas and the desserts stand out.The traditional happy hour starts daily at 7pm and there is live music as from 10pm.
Francis, a restaurant in which important political, cultural and business figures are frequently seen, was chosen Best Restaurant of Montevideo by the website uruguaynow.com. It has also been awarded the 2011 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor; only companies which have consistently received positive
reviews by their customers have been awarded such a distinction. Seafood delicacies, sushi, gourmet charcoal-grilled food and homemade style pasta are part of one of the most varied menus in Montevideo.