Museo Naval y Maritimo, Punta Arenas
(3.9/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
Museo Naval y Maritimo is located in Punta Arenas. To visit Museo Naval y Maritimo on your trip to Punta Arenas, use our Punta Arenas tourist route planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • I saw this place on the travel map so decided to give it a go. I was not very expensive to enter (~AUD$3), and had a good assortment of exhibits and historical memoribilia. Most of the text in the mus...  more »
  • If there is something noteworthy is the use of English in the Museum, preferred language for tourists, not forgetting to pay at the entrance. Recommended for families.
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  • Small, two-story Museum. The maritime instruments, you can find information on lighthouses of the region and naval history. The entry is economic. I think that everyone should take the time to visit and enrich their knowledge.
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  • A worthy place to visit if you have spare time; will give you an idea of the Chilean Navy; greatly influenced during its origins by the British Navy. Provides a Maritime history of Punta Arenas.
  • A place frozen in time. You can see here the great influence of the British Navy in our Marina. This was rooted primarily in 1908 when the British in possession of the Shetlands cemented contacts with Chile to plan their trips to the pole.
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