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Interesting place on the grounds of the Santa Rita winery with beautiful South American tapestry's/ponchos, carvings and vases and engaging painting's, worth having a walk around whilst your waiting to sample the vino.
I was surprised by this personnel collection housed on the grounds of the Santa Rita Vinyard. It is quite extensive for a private collection and beautifully curated. It neatly describes the indigenous history of native Chilean peoples and the social and cultural impact of Incan...More
This modern building is on the grounds of the Santa Rita winery. It houses an impressively large collection of Chilean artifacts, including many pre-Columbian treasures. It covers lots of the native populations.
What a surprise to find such a quality museum with free admission on the grounds of Santa Rita. We learned this was the private collection of Richard Claro. There are over 3,000 artifacts from the pre-Columbian past of Chile, exhibited in a contemporary setting with...More
This little museum has a superb collection of pre-Columbian art, really approaching the collection of the pre-Columbian museum in Santiago, but more concentrated on Chile and the Andes, as the name suggests. They have a better collection of gold artifacts in this collection, but not...More
We were taken on a day's winery tour. When we arrived at Sata Rita we noticed the museum and went inside. Could not understand why it was not officially on our itinerary. It is modern, well laid out, has explanations in English and tells the...More