The museum is located in the “Otto Krause” (Otto Krause Industrial School.) It was named after its creator and organizer, the second principal of the School. The display cabinets contain models, panels and charts which exhibit a variety of pieces related to the different aspects of design and the principles of motor and machinery operations. There is also a scale model of a steam engine presented by the National Agricultural Exhibition that took place in Buenos Aires to commemorate its Hundredth Anniversary. One of the most interesting parts of the museum is the fabulous Da Vinci collection, which includes models of machinery and inventions by this Italian genius and artist. The museum also exhibits a gramophone and cylinders sent by Thomas Edison; a display of Sheffield knives donated by the Prince of Wales in 1926 and French scale models for teaching natural sciences. In complete accordance with the motto of the museum: “There is no future without a past...,” We recommend that you visit it.
- Address:Av. Paseo Colón 650
- Phone: +54 (11) 43316444
- Email: Send email to Museo Tecnológico Eduardo Latzina