Address: San Martin 3651, Mayor Drummond, Lujan de Cuyo.
Phone: 0261- 4960224
Open hours: The museum is currently closed due to restoration work.
The museum works since 1.951 in a centenarian house donated by Mrs. Narciza Araujo, surrounded by old trees and a big rose garden, in Emiliano Guiñazú’s summer house. In 1.905, he hired the young artist Fernando Fader to paint the murals that are kept there. Regarding its artistic heritage, the museum offers, in ten exhibition halls, Fernando Fader’s paintings collection, the most important one inside the country. Apart from the six murals, there are two sculptures, six drawings and forty-one paintings. Very important art masters from Mendoza, Argentina and abroad are represented here and it is also possible to visit the specialized library ‘Narcisa Araujo de Guiñazú’.