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The permanent exhibits show some of the rooms as the family had lived in them. This was quite interesting. The main exhibition area was taken over by the t-shirts of Kurt Cobain. This is OK if you have been a fan of heavy rock group...More
This is not a Museum of Moda. This is someone’s house with only 3 rooms which has nothing to with Moda. The only interesting thing about this place is a history of family who owned this house. Other than that it is complete waste of...More
Well, we went to this museum because it was a cold rainy day, and we didn't want with my parents who are new in Santiago to stay home.
And the second- this Museum is just a couple of blocks away from our place.
Website gives no indication that the museum is closed. Trip Advisor and google maps both indicated it was open. A ride there (as a specific destination) a waste of time and money, and nothing else in the area (we DID know that Fondacion Ralli was...More
Having not returned for a few years I have always been impressed by this wonderful gift to Santiago by the owner who wants to share his passion and eclectic taste
Currently and with perfect timing, his current special exhibitions focuses on the gowns he has...More
I don't know if I missed something but there seems to be only one room of display. I understand the exhibits change as most of the collection is in storage. What there was was very well displayed and captioned in both English and Spanish.
We were met by a guard at the gate who told us in Spanish it was closed. That doesn't agree with what their website says. Since we couldn't converse with him, we didn't get any details. We were disappointed it was closed.
This museum is well worth a visit. It is full of memorabilia of Marilyn Munroe, with interesting aspects of her life, personality, clothing and her charisma. It portrays a view of Marilyn which is not the one we all know. It is inexpensive. Went there...More
I visited during the "Mad Men" exhibition. I had been hoping to make it to the exhibition in NYC, but it just wasn't going to happen. So, when I heard it was in Santiago, I HAD to go! Museo de la Moda is part house...More
This is a beautiful building with a lovely garden, a quiet peaceful place. The exhibit that was on when I went was the Mad Men exhibit, showing clothing, cars and rooms from the years gone by. It was free to walk through and I could...More