Situated on the Lujan River, the Museo de Arte Tigre is a museum located in Paseo Victorica, Tigre, Argentina. Originally, it was club for high society. Opened in 1912, the club was built next to a luxury hotel that has since been torn down. Wealthy hotel guests used it as a social gathering spot.
It was an opulent two-story establishment with frescoes, staircases, mezzanines, gardens with sculptures, chandeliers, a grand ballroom and oversized mirrors. At one point, it housed a casino as well.
Currently, it is a fine arts museum that houses Argentinian artworks and a designated national historic monument.