We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This museum is just off the main square, so very easy to find. You have to put slippers on over your shoes.The front of the house shows how it was when the Menendez-Braun family lived in it, and the back of the house is a...More
This museum has some information about the indigenous people in this area, however, it does not mention that the Menendez-Braun family (formerly lived in the house) was directly involved in the genocide of the Selk'nam people at the end of the 19th century. My family...More
The house is beautiful and has been well restored. Definitely interesting to wander through.
The one thing that I was actually looking for, but somehow missed though is the 'other side' of the museum covering the local history. I would probably give this another star,...More
We enjoyed visiting this house. You have to leave backpacks at the front and there is an English guide available but we were asked to leave a passport in order to make sure you return it. You also have to put fabric slippers on over...More
This is also known as the Braun-Menendez museum and, as far as I a could see, there were no descriptions in English. The building itself is interesting in its own right, but half of the museum covers the history of the area, which was wholly...More