Museo del Lago Gutierrez, San Carlos de Bariloche

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.7/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web
In most circumstances travelers avoid small, cramped rooms filled with bones, but at Museo del Lago Gutierrez that's exactly what visitors come for. Built thanks to the passion of Professor Rodolfo Pedro Corsolini, the private archeological museum houses a collection of around 10,000 fossils, rocks, and bones discovered in Patagonia. Have a chat with Professor Corsolini, who can usually be found on site, about the fascinating discoveries and what they tell us about the region. Plan your Museo del Lago Gutierrez visit and explore what else you can see and do in San Carlos de Bariloche using our San Carlos de Bariloche trip itinerary planner.
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  • I went with miis children and one was a unique experience for them; you have ton specimens of rocks and minerals, local and worldwide, bones, fossils, meteorites and a myriad of other things
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  • It shows the love and dedication by the Manager of the place. The Museum is small and is not as well organized, but is a good choice if you are near the Lake.
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  • You can arrive in micro calmly from the center of the city. Serves the same owner and if it wasn't for a matter of time I would have sat to hear him talk about his thousands of scientists around the world experiences. The best thing for me was to see meteorites! Of course there are a number of rocks and minerals for those who like, in addition to local fossils. Some stuffed animals or parts of them and chapter can be seen apart and out series is the dinosaur section. A delight for children.
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  • Wonderful Museum. I'm surprised. DANIEL Q. 08/02/2016. The schedule is run. It does not close at midday. Thank you
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