In the city and department Vicente López in the province of Buenos Aires in Argentina, you can find the Lorenzo Raggio Palace, declared as a place of local interest and as a building of National Cultural Interest by the Chamber of Deputies. Within you find the Foundation, a museum and the Romulo Raggio cultural center, where concerts, shows, workshops, seminars, conventions, and various types of exhibits take place. Office hours are Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 18 p.m.
This museum is housed in the old O'Brien railway station and makes use of the discontinued train service. You will be able to see a variety of railway equipment through which you will learn more about the customs and story of O `Brien. It has a lot of documentation, photographs, old posters, antique furniture, tools, dishes, utensils, clothing and even a pair of boots of the famous footballer Fernando Cavenaghi, who is from the town. Another similar museum in the same area, also in a restored train station, is the Historical Museum of San Emilio Rural.