Museo Regional de Ancud

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Rudi P
Detroit10 contributions
Get a good review of the history and traditions of Chiloe
Jan. 2020
Good Museum. It will give you a good and complete panorama of the history and traditions of Chiloe. It is a small museum and even a meticulously visit will take about 1 ½ hour. It is near the main square, so you can visit Ancud city center at the same time.
Written September 11, 2020
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Pieter B
87 contributions
Nice museum but no English..
Nov. 2018 • Couples
The museum is nice and looks pretty good but has no English translations anywhere which is too bad.. so if you can't read Spanish, it's not really worth visiting. Free though!
Written November 14, 2018
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Meghan A
St. Petersburg, FL70 contributions
A very interesting stop
Jun. 2018 • Family
The museum was very nice. There were many exhibits detailing native artifacts and lifestyle. There is a variety of items, including crafts, church relics, fossils, and photographs. Our family really enjoyed.
Written June 15, 2018
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jwakamd
Auckland Central, New Zealand51 contributions
Interesting little museum
Mar. 2018 • Solo
Nice to do on a wet day... there seem to be a few in Ancud! No cost to enter. It’s not huge but packed with history, mostly all in Spanish. Nicely presented. The blue whale skeleton is impressive.
Written March 15, 2018
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GunnfromNorway
Bergen, Norway88 contributions
After having checked opening hours on the web, we drove her. As we arrive it was closed
Nov. 2017 • Couples
We drove her on a Saturday after having checked opening hours, but as we arrive it was closed. there was no information or signs other than a sign that tells you it should be open as it was Saturday at 11.30. This was also the case for tojer museums in Ancud.
Written November 20, 2017
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mthomp96
Tacna, Peru66 contributions
Must-visit!
Jul. 2017 • Solo
This is a free museum that goes through the history of the Isla de Chiloé in terms of colonization and civilization, religion, and natural elements of the island. They have lots to read and look at inside, from pottery to weavings to religious elements, and lots of things outside as well, including a ship and a blue whale skeleton. Very interesting place to visit to get more information about the island and it's history.
Written August 11, 2017
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Amy R
San Juan del Sur8 contributions
Larger than you'd expect
May 2017 • Couples
The museum was chock full of information. They did a really great job covering the whole history of the island. Would highly recommend this for everyone who visits Chiloe.
Written June 18, 2017
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Pepy_Diaz
Santiago, Chile12 contributions
Trip to the past (cliché but true)
Feb. 2017 • Family
In the museum have a lot of history and very well organize. There are a lot of antiques object of the "colonos" who arrived to the island.
Written March 13, 2017
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reise-tanta-di
Lafayette, CA2,323 contributions
Well worth a visit
Feb. 2017
This museum is relatively large compared to the other museums on Chiloe. In the yard was a skeleton of a blue whale, an animal that are sometimes seen in the local waters. The prehistoric section with stone tools were good. I especially like the downstairs exhibit that showed how the local textiles were made, dyed, spun and woven as well as the finished result. I thought it was well done.
Written March 3, 2017
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TravellingYuri
Jodhpur, India146 contributions
Nice museum
Feb. 2017 • Couples
It's definitely worth the visit. It's small and pretty, it's free and it's all about Chiloe. You can also see the bones of a blue whale which is impressive and a replica of a very important ship. The patio is quite nice and offers pretty good views.
The only complaint is that nothing is in english, But if you speak spanish or you can type really fast into a translate app, it's alright.
Written February 3, 2017
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