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The museum - on the way to Martillo Island, was small but well organized. The guide was very knowledgeable and spoke perfect English. A few feet away up the road, they have a tea room and bathrooms as well as the boats to take you...More
generally i am not the kind of museum buff, but this is more like a research station. I kinda liked the low key atmosphere and some insights into the research work they do here. it was a well spend hour here, while we waited the...More
Volunteering marine biologists give you a tour of the museum and tell you some really interesting facts. It was very special to me to see some marine mammal skeletons, as I know it is incredibly difficult to retrieve those. Great collection, very knowledgeable and can...More
Entrance to this museum was included as part of our Walk with Penguins tour through Piratours. It is a fairly small museum staffed mostly by biology student interns, but it has a very impressive collection of skeletons and bones from marine animals. My friend, who...More
We stopped here on the Pira Tour to see the penguins on the island in the Beagle Channel in early November.
My first impression was that this was a small museum about marine mammals, a subject I'm not that interested in. There are skeletons hanging...More
Our Piratour excursion to Estancia Harberton/Isla Martillo included a guided visit to Acatushun. This small museum is the result of over 30 years of research by Natalie Goodall, the wife of Harberton’s manager. The collection contains hundreds of skeletons of marine mammals and sea birds...More
Part of the tour of Estancia Haberton. Haberton is the launching point to Hammer Island and the Penguins. Nice to see while you are there to see many whale bones but this museum is not a destination in itself.