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We are in Puerto Vargas for the day. Decided to walk along the shore of the lake and try to find this museum. It did not take long. If you are at the information booth down by the water it is about a 10 minute...More
This museum isn’t about ‘things’ or systematic archiving. It’s about dreams & discovery. It’s random & curious & very much from the heart. Everyone will discover their own gems here. My gems were the historic photos of Pto Varas after the earthquake, & quietly sitting...More
This is the most amazing collection of objects and paintings , displayed in a ramshackle house by the lake. There are tiny stairs between numerous different levels and stuff everywhere! No entry charge but donations welcome.
Don’t miss visiting this fabulous archive of artefacts and visual culture of Puerto Varas. The museum’s contents are an important collection of Puerto Varas’ history at a time when the town is expanding due to the popularity of this beautiful location.
Walked by on the way to dinner and stopped in. Literally a house of random old things. Very quirky and worth about 15 minutes of your time if you are in the neighborhood but I wouldn't go out of my way to see this.
We finally found this place on our last day in town - and I’m very glad that we did not miss it. Not your normal museum by any measure, but one man’s collection of memorabilia and his own (very good) paintings, all presented in a...More
It worth to visit. When Pablo is around, he will explain how everything start it. It is great that the museum is free, it make it more especial. But it is best to give some voluntary fee, or buy some artwork, there is effort, money...More
Prior to your visit, make sure it's open since I wasn't able to access the place as it was closed for some reason.
Even if should it be closed, it is right in front of the board walk, so you can still enjoy a lot....More