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Museo Antonio Felmer in Nueva Braunau near Puerto Varas, Chile is excellent.
This German Museum rivals US German history and German History museums.
My German antecedents had several of similar artifacts, which were on display.
Definitely worth a visit. The guide knows his stuff and it’s actually rather interesting.
He managed to keep my 4 year old daughter entertained, something I struggle to do daily.
The artifacts are genuinely fascinating and compared with the ‘museum’ in Frutillar this place is...More
This museum, apparently an old barn, keeps many objects from the first German immigrants who settled in the Llanquihue lake area by the end of the 19th century. From beds and musical instruments to agricultural machinery, this museum takes you back in time, when no...More
A wonderful tour by Antonio Felmer's grandson gave us a very good feel for the everyday life of German immigrants in this area in the mid-1800s. Amazing variety of work and home objects, many of them in perfect working condition, collected over the years by...More
This is a good place to spend 60 to 90 minutes getting a feel for the German immigrant experience in Patagonia in the 19th century. The museum holds many, many relics of 19th century living that were the beginning of our technological world but that...More
This museum shows the 1850's clear image... the settlers museum with all the latest technology at that time and the solving problem things the settlers use to survive in the lost area of the world... it is really interesting how people can survive in diffucult...More
Located in a barn, they have assembled artifacts from the previous 100 years of farmers and immigrants who came largely from Bohemia. Much of the artifacts are operational, and a demonstration or tour is very informative.
We came here after going to see and Alerce Forest. Antonio Felmer collected and showcased many old objects used on farms and in farm houses. The trees in the Alerce Forest could be hundreds of years old where the collection in this museum was only...More
We came here a little bit earlier than the visiting hours (11 am) and took a walk around the place. Later we visited the little and cosy family museum, the entrance cost $1500/pp and you can either go by yourself or wait until more people...More