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The museum was very nice. There were many exhibits detailing native artifacts and lifestyle. There is a variety of items, including crafts, church relics, fossils, and photographs. Our family really enjoyed.
We drove her on a Saturday after having checked opening hours, but as we arrive it was closed. there was no information or signs other than a sign that tells you it should be open as it was Saturday at 11.30. This was also the...More
This is a free museum that goes through the history of the Isla de Chiloé in terms of colonization and civilization, religion, and natural elements of the island. They have lots to read and look at inside, from pottery to weavings to religious elements, and...More
This museum is relatively large compared to the other museums on Chiloe. In the yard was a skeleton of a blue whale, an animal that are sometimes seen in the local waters. The prehistoric section with stone tools were good. I especially like the downstairs...More
It's definitely worth the visit. It's small and pretty, it's free and it's all about Chiloe. You can also see the bones of a blue whale which is impressive and a replica of a very important ship. The patio is quite nice and offers pretty...More
As all Chilean Museums entrance is free. There is an interior and an outside section. Inside you get an overview of fauna and flora; myths and legends; crafts samples and memorabilia from the colonist. Outside there is a replica of the ship Yelcho, built in...More