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We were looking forward to visiting this Museum since booking our holiday; unfortunately most of the building was closed for restoration and renovation and we were only allowed entry to the "sample rooms" near the entrance. A few very interesting objects on display but we...More
We went here after looking it op on their website. All good soo far.
When we showed up at the place it turned out that it was closed. We found an administrative building and one of the employees explained that the museum was closed due...More
If you like looking at stuff without having a clue what it means or learning new things then this is the place for you. There are no audio guides, no english (or other) translations, so for me it was a real waste of a good...More
I came here just expecting to see the Moai from Easter Island, take a look at everything else and leave, but this museum is filled with lots of interesting artifacts from across Chile, including wooden carvings from Easter Island, mummies from the Atacama, bones of...More
This museum is just the right balance, small enough to hold your interest and well laid out, lots of interesting things and especially the Moai from Easter Island, exciting to see it close up definitely worth a visit.
At the top of the street blocks away from the main square this neat free museum has many artifacts relating to first nation people and their migration around the area. There is also a Moai from Easter Island to view.
The exhibits are perfect. Not only do you find interesting archaeological artifacts from the mainland of Chile, but there is a quite interesting Moai from Easter Island, along with other artifacts from the island. The museum is a delight not to be missed.