Loved the small dinosaur & natural history exhibits, found myself wanting even more information about the original inhabitants of this land.
Nicely done private museum with excellent overview of Patagonian history from dinosaurs to the present. Translations available in multiple languages, which was very helpful since so many other museums in Latin America are only in Spanish. You can also sample matte tea. Tasted like tobacco to us, so not planning on adopting this habit.
We visited this museum on a wet day when we were trying to find out more about the area. It is a small but excellent museum. It specialises in two areas. Firstly from the era of the dinosaurs right up to the extinction of the huge South American mammals following the invasion of Homo sapiens from Asia. The second theme... More
The history of Patagonia is frought with vagueness and tall tales. As a professor of Argentine history I congratulate this fine museum on the quality of their installations.
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