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Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos

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The Museum of Memory and Human Rights seeks to draw attention to human rights violations committed by the Chilean state between 1973 and 1990. Its mission is to allow dignity for victims and their families, stimulate reflection and debate and to...more
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
As featured in 3 Days in Santiago
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Avenida Matucana 501, Santiago 8350392, Chile
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Allow at least two hours to visit this museum. Interpretation panels includes English on the upper floor but the English audio guide is detailed and a must for the ground floor. Very poignant stories from those that had been held in detention centres and tortured....More

Thank 316hazelh
Reviewed 4 days ago

It's a very interesting place, they show you that it's happened in the important year of the Chile, They have a lot of pictures and real histories!.

Thank Fernanda Q
Reviewed 4 days ago

Very complete museum, shows an important part of chile history. It's well guided and chronological exposed. Everybody should go.

Thank Isabel V
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is an incredible museum. It documents the history of Pinochet’s crimes against the Chilean people. Now it is particularly important to remember what happens when democracies are overthrown and the rules of law are weakened. The building is beautiful, modern, full of light and...More

Thank Supercopito
Reviewed 1 week ago

There where so many school clases and they where bocking everything. Most is in spanish so the best is to talk a audiophone. Ididn't know that. Go there after 14.00 hour.

Thank Frank v
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Modern museum with Great displays trekking the story of Chile under the Pinochet military junta, from the first day of the coup in 1973?through to the final transition back to democracy on 1990. Events and personal stories told in mixed media. Informative but without being...More

Thank SJH163
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a poignant experience but I am convinced one has to go through it nearly as a civic duty. The museum covers all the years of the dictatorship, from 1973 coup de etat and the recording of Salvador Allende's last radio message, to the...More

Thank concertoitaliano
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great museum but basic Spanish is definitely a plus as much of the displays are not part of the English "taped tour" for hire. Museum is free and a really chilly reminder of what happened so recently.

Thank Bernt R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Memorable trip to the well structured and informative permanent exhibit which helped improve on my ignorance over this chapter in Chile’s history. Free entry but make sure you get the audio accompaniment ($2000CLP each) for a more immersive experience especially if you don’t speak Spanish...More

Thank courtneyd102
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This museum extensively chronicles the awful dictatorship which lasted for 15 years and all the terrible things that happened to the Chilean people. Very worthwhile visit.

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goblue122015
December 25, 2015|
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Response from Laurent D | Reviewed this property |
The entrance is free, you can give a donation. There is an audio tou if you want, you have to pay for. Have a nice visit...
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December 18, 2014|
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Response from Enrique Sebasti... C | Reviewed this property |
I do not recommend visiting a museum built by communists, victims are made and who destroyed Chile in 1969 1973 with Allende and Fidel. DO NOT RECOMMEND
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December 18, 2014|
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Response from AdventureDiva | Reviewed this property |
When I was there is was from Tues - Sunday, starting at 10 am until 6pm. They were closed on Mondays
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