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Nao Victoria Museo, Punta Arenas
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Named after one of the most famous ships in the history of navigation, Nao Victoria Museo features full-size replicas of historical ships, weapons, and ancient navigation tools, as well as an outdoor shipbuilding workshop. Nao Victoria was part of Ferdinand Magellan's fleet and the only ship of the five to complete the first trip around the globe. Interactive exhibits allow you to board the ships, handle the sailing rig, and relive the adventures of explorers such as Magellan, Williams, and Shackleton. On the decks life-size figures depict daily tasks--get up close and observe their costumes, muskets, and swords. Audio guides are available in six languages. To visit Nao Victoria Museo and other attractions in Punta Arenas, use our Punta Arenas tourist route planner.
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The reconstruction of the 4 boats is well done, even if there are some details that can be redefined better. It is nice to know the history of those boats, ask for the audio giude before starting the ... read more »
Agradesco muchísimo haber ido como persona particular y no en tours. Agarramos un taxi y partimos temprano, llegamos como a las 10:30 am, fuimos los primeros en llegar y eso nos dio tiempo y espacio p... read more »I owe a lot have gone as a private person and not on tours. We grabbed a taxi and leave early, arrived about 10:30 a.m., were the first to arrive and that gave us time and space to appreciate the true beauty and dedication that requires each of the replicas. Admission cost US 3 thousand per adult and 1500 per child and includes a coffee or hot chocolate and Spanish settler photographies. The man who is at box office explained everything he says a tour guide and also gave us data to eat, tours, places, etc. Very friendly and knowledgeable about the area.show original
Me parece una estupenda iniciativa enriquecida con nuevas réplicas de naves y con el aporte de audio guía que nos proporcionaron, además de vestuario e indumentaria y armas para mejorar la experiencia... read more »A great initiative enriched with new replicas of ships and with the contribution of audio seems guide that provided us, as well as costumes and clothing and weapons to enhance the experience. Very good service and courtesy with a privileged view to the Strait of Magellan and the possibility of a coffee appreciating this cute natural and human environment. Absolutely recommendable, especially for students and lovers of history.show original
Juan Carlos Toledo ParraI liked the Nao Victoria. Not only by ships that there are life-size. If not for the history which is part of the conquest of Magellan and tierra del fuego. In addition is the goleta Ancud and the Beagle.show original
Rodrigo ArancibiaIncredible replicas. It shows the love and the passion in each work. I also took a pleasant surprise to see the replica of the sailboat that Ernst Shackleton initiated the rescue to get out alive with all his people after two years as missing in Antarctica. Totally and absolutely recommended.show original
Alejandro LópezVery good Museum, you can enter vessels, carrying weapons, helmets and armor of the 16th century Spanish, you can explore Nao Victoria, HMS Beagle, Goleta Ancud and the ship of Shackleton. If you go to Punta Arenas, this is a must stop.show original
Mauro MartinezExcellent experience! In the open air museum you will find a replica of the Nao Victoria of Magellan, the Ancud schooner and the Beagle from Darwin. Replicas of the boats are amazing, every detail and atmosphere invite you to a journey by the time.show original
Enzo MontesinoRemarkable idea, as a history teacher I'd like to have something close to where I live to explain how he lived at that time and life was like on a boat with more courage than technology... my best wishes to this initiativeshow original
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