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Museo Colonial Aleman, Frutillar
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Learn about local history at Museo Colonial Aleman, dedicated to showing the everyday life of German settlers who arrived during the colonial era. Opened in 1984, the cultural attraction encompasses five buildings covered in wood shingles in the style of German colonial architecture. The museum boasts a replica mill house and watermill, and features displays showing the processes required to make food during those early colonial times. Other highlights include recreations of a typical farmhouse, a traditional forge, and a blacksmith's shop. To visit Museo Colonial Aleman and other attractions in Frutillar, use our Frutillar vacation planner.
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  • A museum with houses from the time of the German colonization in the South of Chile, cone lived with beautiful gardens, well care and a water source which gives an incredible peace. In addition, it has a House for exhibitions that change every so often.
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  • It's a good place with interesting things but it could be improved if there were teaching aids that would allow a bit more than context and any maintenance information, has much untapped potential
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  • Worth paying the 2800 pesos and know part of the story of the first German settlers who came to the area. The Museum area is spectacularly well maintained with beautiful gardens, as also houses employers and workers that are preserved in good condition. A good overview in frutillar
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  • interesting collection that show how was the life of the first german settlers in the zone in 19th century
  • Very good Museum and very well decorated.
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  • Good place to meet frutillar, should improve its signage and information tourist, is spent by the time
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  • Interesting to visit this German House and some of its agricultural tools, which were essential for the development of the region. The input costs a little less than $4 per person.
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  • Great a good close guided walk with nature, and the view of Frutillar is Super
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