Buy Recoleta Cemetery Tickets

If you are a foreigner and want to enter Recoleta Cemetery, you will need to buy your ticket according to the government’s regulations of the City of Buenos Aires.

Buying Tickets

Tickets can be purchased at the entrance only with credit or debit cards. The price varies according to the high inflation we are experiencing, but it usually ranges around 5 dollars. You can also buy them by visiting this link. Argentinian residents can present their ID and enter for free.

Guided Tours

We offer guided tours within the cemetery, where we delve into all the most chilling mysteries of the place, including the history of Evita Perón’s body. The tour has a fixed cost, around 10 dollars, and is available from Monday to Saturday at 3:30 pm in English, even when it rains. Reserve for free by clicking here!

Opening Hours

Recoleta Cemetery is open from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.

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