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This small cetacea museum is brilliant. It sits on the grounds of Estancia Harberton (see separate entry) and was founded by one of the family members. The displays are in the open for the most part (which unfortunately means they are prone to damage from...More
A cute little whale and dolphin museum in the most beautiful of surroundings. Our visit was part of an overall tour of the Beagle Channel. Everything about this region is exquisite and I would highly recommend any time spent with Pirotour. They are awesomely professional....More
The volunteers do explanatory talks that make the exhibitions come alive. Some very rare specimens. And you get a backstage tour of the laboratory where they do the research. Greatly exceeded my expectations.
We went on a tour of penguin island and at the end of the tour, they recommended this museum. It was surprisingly informative and fun for the whole family. We really enjoyed seeing all the research going on at the facility and all the skeletons...More
We did this museum at the end of our tour of walking with the penguins. It was fun since we were already out at Estancia Harberton and had enjoyed a lovely lunch on a gorgeous day at the Estancia's restaurant. I found it interesting but...More