The best part of this museum is an exhibition on the flora and fauna of Patagonia, where they have on display a collection of taxidermed animals (don't worry - from the 1970s) and easy to understand information boards about the various types of landscape in Patagonia. However, most of the rest of the museum is a display of artefacts from the indigenous cultures, so you'll need to decide for yourself whether this is worth seeing depending on other museums you've been to. We had seen very similar stuff in southern Chile, but if we hadn't we would have found it more original and interesting. Finally, by European standards, at 20 pesos it's worth it for the flora and fauna room alone.
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