This was the place of the original City hall, then a slaughter house, a market and now finally a museum. You can see the old foundation for the original building. It has some pre-colombian artifacts. It is all in spanish but you can understand most of whats going on. Regular price is $30, students pay $14
Excavations revealed that beneath an abandoned slaughter house lay the remains of the city's first government building, destroyed by the 1861 earthquake, which forced authorities to relocate the city. The museum shows the remains of parts of the old government building, parts of the old slaughter-house, and an exhibition of remains of the primitive inhabitants of the area, the Huarpe... 更多
There is some interesting history here. The exhibits are nice, particularly those containing the archaeological remains of the old Mendoza city. There is not much to see in general, but it is still worth a visit, especially if you are into history and are interested in learning about and seeing the foundation of the past city.
This museum is built over an archaeological site, it is reasonably well thought out with some good exhibits but I felt it was a bit jumbled up, maybe a problem with my limited Spanish. We had free entry on the dia del museos.
This museum came as a package deal with the aquarium and Modern Art Museum. It focuses on earthquake of 1861.... 更多
It's a little out of the way from Mendoza centre, but the Museo del Area Fundacional is nicely laid out,... 更多