Museo de La Plata, La Plata

Categories: Natural History Museums, Science Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 1,300 reviews on the web
Get up close to the remains of long-extinct beasts at Museo de La Plata, established to display the discoveries of explorer Francisco P. Moreno and primarily dedicated to fossils and artifacts found in Patagonia. Inspect fossils of animals from up to 570 million years ago, including sloths and saber-toothed tigers. Don't miss the museum's fascinating anthropology exhibit, which walks you through the physical and cultural evolution of humankind. Contact the museum in advance to arrange a guided tour in English. To visit Museo de La Plata on your holiday in La Plata, and find out what else La Plata has to offer, use our La Plata itinerary maker.
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  • for many years not visiting the silver and above all the Museum, actually I was impressed their conservation status, parts that risked, indications, the possibility of making guided visits. The condition of the exhibits, signage.
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  • The Museum of natural sciences in the city of La Plata is one of the best museums in the country. Excellent choice for children.
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  • Nature that surrounds the Museum, within the history of this one. A tour that teaches and entertains.
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  • I bring my nephews here, a a family of friends. Really intresting, had a great time!
  • A perfect representative por the encyclopaedia era in the end of 19th century.
  • Such an interesting place where you easily can use a few hours learning about animals, plants.. almost everything!
  • The biggest natural science museum in Latin-America. It has a collection of Egyptian and Peruvian mummies and lots of fossils
  • Un museo hermoso, infinidad de muestras, personal atento y precio baratisimo.
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