Educational Program

The Education Area develops a series of tours of the Monument to Victims of State Terrorism, the Public Art Program and the temporary art exhibitions of the PAyS Gallery. It also holds workshops on cultural censorship and the Right to Identity for children.

The proposals seek to generate a dialogue allowing the participants to broaden their knowledge about State terrorism in Argentina and reflect on the serious violations of human rights.

Guided tours are organized for:

  • Preschool (5 years old)
  • Primary school from 1st grade
  • Secondary school
  • Tertiary education
  • Universities
  • National and foreign institutions and organizations, social organizations, unions, etc.
  • General public

Guided tours with pre-booking

Days: Monday to Friday
Hours: 10:30 am or 2 pm.
Language: Spanish and English

Booking system:
The visit must be booked one month in advance. Reservations are subject to availability and should be made by email to You can also make an appointment by calling 4787-0999 (extension 2) from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm.

If there is no availability to book a guided tour, the site can be toured freely or an introductory visit to the project can be booked with the Entrance Pavilion team by sending an email to

Guided tours open to the public

Days: Saturdays, Sundays and holidays
Hours: 11 am and 5 pm
Language: Spanish and English

Days: Saturdays, Sundays and holidays
Hours: 11 am and 4 pm
Language: Spanish and English

Free entrance. No prior reservation required.
Visits start from the Entrance Pavilion. 

Topics and contents to be worked on:

To be noted:

The tours are outdoors, so in case of rain the visits will be suspended and will have to be rescheduled. It is also recommended to have enough shelter in winter and a sun hat, water and sunscreen in summer.


All guided tours are subject to modification depending on the content preferences of the institution taking the tour. If necessary, it is required to contact the Education Team in advance.

The Education Area is made up of an interdisciplinary team of educational guides whose main purpose is to develop an educational program that links art, memory and human rights.

The objectives of the program are to promote the exercise of memory as a practice for the construction of citizenship, to approach human rights from a socio-historical perspective, to relate the recent past with current problems and to provide tools for critical and reflective analysis for responsible decision-making in a democratic society. The program also addresses the transmission of socio-historical processes through art, a sensitive experience that allows the construction of a critical space, new ideas and possible imaginaries. The activities, consisting of guided tours, workshops and meetings, propose a space for exchange where people can ask questions, raise doubts, and discuss individual ways of thinking, and where past and present can interact through experimentation and active participation of the audience.

All activities are free of charge.