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Nao Victoria Museo

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The Nao Victoria Museum is a private museum. It aims to provide a real experience in replicas of the most important ships in the Magallanes Region. There are four open replicas to visit in the Museum: Nao Victoria, the only fleet commanded by...more
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km 7,5 norte sitio 2A, Punta Arenas, Chile
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Reviewed 24 June 2018

I loved this little musuem that had 3 replicas of ships. A galleon of the type Spanish explorers used was fascinating. So small yet it covered such distances around the world. Tghere was also a replica of the small craft used by Shackelton when he...More

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Reviewed 7 May 2018

The centerpiece of the museum is replicas of the Nao Victoria, Magellan's flagship, and the Beagle, the ship that Charles Darwin sailed on during his voyage to the Galapagos Islands. You need to be able to climb a number of steps to get onto the...More

Thank Barheat
Reviewed 28 April 2018

Interesting to wander over the replicas of Magellan's boat and Darwin's HMS Beagle and around the James Caird (replica of the one used by Shakleton & his men to travel from Elephant Is to South Georgia). Some more information about the 4th boat (I think...More

Thank Gwen H
Reviewed 17 April 2018

This outdoor museum is well worth a visit as it has replicas of the Victoria ( Magellan's ship ) and also the Beagle ( Darwin's ).It is very reasonable pricewise but best viewed in reasonable weather. The café does not accept foreign currency.

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 11 April 2018

Life size replicas of Magellan's ship, the Nao Victoria, the Beagle (of Darwin fame) and Shackleton's boat, as well as a historic boat, the Ancud, used by pioneering Chileans in an unsuccessful settlement on the Straits of Magellan. It was exciting to see these replicas...More

Thank j_yesno
Reviewed 10 April 2018

One of our guides informed us of the museum so we decided to go. About a 15 minute taxi drive to this very interesting museum with replicas of the old explorers ships in the Maggellan Straights. It was very worthwhile going and we thoroughly enjoyed...More

1  Thank Givelin
Reviewed 5 April 2018

... my expectations. Far out centered and not quite as interesting as I had hoped! Gives a clear idea of the size of "tall" ships.

Thank Mops51
Reviewed 2 April 2018

The museum has a small group fo replica ships, the most famous being Magellan's Nao Victoria. There is a reasonable amount of interpretation but it pays to have done some reading before visiting. The replicas are fine and give a sense of what travelling in...More

1  Thank Brian R
Reviewed 30 March 2018

Small museum featuring several replicas of famous ships with history in this area. The star attraction is Magellan's Victoria which was the first ship to circumvent the world. Amazing that a ship this small could have made it that far. There is also a replica...More

Thank Slothspotter
Reviewed 28 March 2018

It began as a hobby, but so many people asked he made it into a museum. By the sea, watch for seals! Ships tiny, yet Age of Exploration and Discovery. Sailors slept on floors, until in Brazil they discovered hammocks. Interesting.

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raftman10
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Response from NaoVictoria | Property representative |
we open 7 days a week, from 0900 to 1800, include all including all public holidays
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The taxi cost from main square to Nao Victoria museum is US$ 5-6 , about 8 minutes, Other way is the regular bus "Río Seco" start every 1/2 hour, and the cost is US$ 1 each one, about 20 minutes from is terminal located... More
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