Museo de la Industria Azucarera, San Miguel de Tucuman

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Learn more about San Miguel de Tucuman's long relationship with the sugar industry at Museo de la Industria Azucarera, dedicated to studying the economic role the plantations have played in the city. This renewable resource has provided countless jobs and a fundamental economic backbone to the city; tour the museum to see its beginnings, including the old equipment used. The museum grounds were designed by famed French landscaper and architect Charles Thays. Information here is written in Spanish only, so take a phrase book along. Plan to visit Museo de la Industria Azucarera during your San Miguel de Tucuman vacation using our convenient San Miguel de Tucuman family vacation planner.
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  • It is good to know how the sugar industry came to Tucumán. There are guides and many objects and tools to see, in addition to the House that is beautiful
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  • the place is very nice and is in perfect condition, maintaining the colonial structure. It's a nice walk to make a sunny day and enjoy the park that surrounds it. When we went we did not see guides or anyone to us information extra to the walls and the Museum explained, still is well understood the process and the life of the workers of the time.
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  • It is worthwhile to stop before you leave the Parque Independencia yvisitar this Museum, which gives details of the history of sugar and its relation with the history of the province, and with humanity in general.
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  • Must-see!
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  • The location of the map is not photography. The Museum is in the Park July 9.
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  • A beautiful place to work
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