This ship gives a sweet glimpse into the past. I can't say that it's all that different from other older ships we have toured, but all does seem well laid out for kids to learn from and enjoy.
This is a very nice historical save-set up...viva la Buenos Aires. There is an ever-present line for photo taking onboard bow with the Women's Bridge as backdrop...the girls love it (hint to guys!). And, otherwise a nice backdrop for local highrise buildings as well.
This is a fascinating ship to visit and have a wander across. Set in a very nice area of Buenos Aires - a renovated docklands type area with lots of nice places to eat lunch or dinner as well.
It is a very good experience to walk the decks an lay hands on the ancient wood, brass, and lines ( no 'ropes' on a ship, except the bell rope). I would highly recommend a visit, perhaps especially for a family.
It was very fun with kids , tehy enjoy to see a real Fragata, they learn about different things , and enjoy taking pictures and having fun
I liked to visit the ship and more because it's interesting to know more about the navy in Argentina. They ask for a little donation but I think you could spent your time and money somewhere else in Argentina.
Absolutely worth seeing, although when I visited, there were crowds of tourists on the ship. There is another ship worth seeing nearby - the Uruguay
if you are in the Puerto Madero area I would recommend a visit. It is very cheap, well kept and with a lot of history. I really enjoyed the visit. There were few schools so it was a bit crowded but Argentine children are well behaved so it was ok.