Museo Artequin, Santiago

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Adults and children of all ages will find something to appreciate at Museo Artequin, a museum that displays photographic reproductions of celebrated works from the 15th to the 20th century, specifically aimed at younger members of the family but enjoyable by all. The museum aims for interactivity whilst educating, entertaining, and fostering appreciation of art. Take the guided tour for a more informed visit, though this need to be booked in advance of arrival. To visit Museo Artequin and get the most from your holiday in Santiago, create itinerary details personal to you using our Santiago trip site .
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  • Every child and anyone with a child's soul will enjoy this space that, originally, out the Chilean Pavilion of a world's fair and is now a colorful Museum and entertainment where many things happen: courses, workshops, exhibitions and a stop to have but don't go and enjoy.
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  • The Tekimbo Museum is located in the entrance to the Quinta Normal Park in San Diego, the museum's outward viewing is a bit like a church or a mosque, but it's a pity that I have rested and can only take pictures at the entrance.
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  • Artequin Museum is an interactive museum. Its collection consists of photographic reproductions of works representative of the 15th century to the universal. The Museum is installed in the Pavilion of Paris, built in 1889, in France, to represent Chile in the Universal Exposition of Paris that was held at the centenary of the storming of the Bastille. After the exhibition in the French capital, was dismantled and shipped to Valparaiso, and then transported to Santiago. He was rearmed in 1894 in Quinta Normal. The building was declared, in 1986, "national historic monument" by the Ministry of education of Chile.
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  • #Wtafoxsay???, its troll maker in the setofa tibilin in lucky swing...
  • Very nice, with legal activities for children but little space for exhibitions. When I visited the Museum architecture called more attention to the exhibition
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  • A small museum, aimed more to usher in the taste for art in the small. There are several replicas of renowned works and some workshops for children. On the second floor there are several children's tables with bottles of colored pencils and crayons. It is not a location that requires a long time to get to know. The value of the entry is well accessible and the facade of the House is pretty cool. Gives a highlight in the urban landscape.
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  • Very cute my girls liked them
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  • Excellent collection of interesting pieces. The place as it is a work of art...
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