The artwork is lovely and the audio tour is interesting. There are also some interactive touchscreens. The audio tour is only in Spanish, but the touchscreens have got some good information in English.
There are landscapes from Neuquen, dinosaurs and local history.
My only interjection is that the Copahue display showed a red fox, non native to the area, and not a grey fox, that is native.
The cost is minimal, 35 pesos (April 2018).
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