The End of the World Museum-Museo del Fin del Mundo, Ushuaia

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.1/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
In the world's southernmost city, The End of the World Museum-Museo del Fin del Mundo was founded in 1979 to preserve and present the natural and social history of the region. In the first hall, you'll find the large figurehead from the Duchess of Albany, a British vessel shipwrecked nearby in 1893. Elsewhere, artifacts related to the indigenous population are neatly displayed and explained, detailing the progress of native peoples over the course of some 8,000 years. Our Ushuaia trip itinerary builder makes visiting The End of the World Museum-Museo del Fin del Mundo and other Ushuaia attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Especially the outdoor patio has murals very significant where they show the history of the yámana and were also conquered as well as canoes and objects from the period.
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  • Boring in my opinion is a place that even though it has a rich history of the prison, and usuhuia is boring input 240 more 50 pesos an audio to listen to, it makes cold do not recommend
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  • It is a small museum for visiting while waiting for some other activity, or exit travel. Seen in a little less than 1 hour and offers information of the fauna of the area, anthropology and old photos of the city of Ushuaia.
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  • Para conocer el inicio de Ushuaia y algunos personajes argentinos, muy bueno, con guias y buena atencion
  • Worth a visit if you're a tourist in Ushuaia
  • i love it 😍
  • Good place too see...
  • nice
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