Figari Museum

Tourist experience recommended by the Montevideo Tourist Association.


It is an art museum that deals with conservation, research and communication of the heritage constituted by the work of Pedro Figari and his son Juan Carlos.

It also carries out publications and exhibitions of different investigations and establishes a network of archives for the enquiry of scholars.

The current headquarters of the Figari Museum is located in the most cosmopolitan and busy area of the Old City, close to other museums and emblematic sites. The building built in 1914 was declared Architectural Heritage of the city.

The ground floor and the first floor have recently been refurbished taking in account the architectural values of a time of splendor of Uruguayan culture.

Free admission
Tuesday to Friday from 1pm to 6pm. Saturdays from 10am to 2pm.

-34.905568, -56.203567