My husband and I stopped in here while wandering through the main drag of San Carlos de Bariloche. It was only a few pesos to get in, and we enjoy museums, so we figured we'd check it out. It's very small, but has some interesting artifacts and photographs. The taxidermy animals on the first floor gave us a laugh because of their badly done faces (when you grow up with the Natural History Museum in New York, your taxidermy standards are high), but it was enjoyable as a quick stop in. It's a small local museum, and I'm glad we were able to support it.
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