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Tucked down a quieter part of town this museum covers prehistoric through to modern times describing history through all people from the native indigenous to recent migrants. The artefacts and testimonials are presented well and are insightful.
Receptionist didn't speak English but couldn't have been more helpful offering us a reduction on our entry price due to our age. All signs are in Spanish but we were given an English translation. Amazing how much information has been included in this little museum...More
This interpretation center is small, but well made. It has an overview of the history of the place, from dinosaurs to the Patagonian Strikes. Invaluable, moving documents about indigenous peoples and the Patagonian workers and strikes. Worth a couple of hours. Some of the exhibits...More
This museum is very small but includes very important dinosaurs fossils .You can see the fossils of dinosaurs who had lived in that area a few million years ago.The entrance of museum is very lovely since it has a wood stove and the the kettle...More
This museum is small, but has some great exhibits that kids love. There is also a film on Patagonia's history and the glaciers that show the glacier ruptures over the last 15 years. At the end the kids got to color a picture of a...More
A different sort of museum. A different approach to history. The palaeontology part was interesting. The giant mammals were new to us. But we particularly enjoyed the presentation of Patagonia's social history. So recent and so shocking. All this and a convivial "mate" with the...More