The tour consists of 17 rooms featuring traditional and contemporary museographic exhibits based on the testimonies of survivors, historical documents from the National Commission on the Disappearance of People, the Trial of the Juntas, and declassified State documents, among other archives. The rooms are: the Entrance Hall, Historical Context, A History of ESMA: From School to Clandestine Center; Basement, Transfers, Capucha (Hood), Capuchita (Little Hood), Pregnant Women’s Room, Pañol (Storeroom), Pecera (Fishtank), The Admiral’s House, Los Jorges, and the Golden Room. The museographic exhibitions do not reconstruct the tools used in genocidal practices. One tour has a duration of approximately 90 minutes.
+54 (11) 5300-4000 ext. 79178/80
The Museum opens its doors from Tuesday to Sunday. Admission time is 10 am to 5 pm. Once inside, the museum can be visited until 6 pm.
President of Argentina
Dr. Alberto Fernández
Vice President of Argentina
Dra. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
Minister of Justice and Human Rights
Dra. Marcela Losardo
Secretary of Human Rights
Horacio Pietragalla Corti
Director of the ESMA Museum and Site of Memory