They have informative posters with great information about the geography and history of Easter Island. One of the highlights is the very rare female moai. At the entrance they were playing the "Ogu & Mampato en Rapa Nui" movie, that is great for kids. The girl in the information desk was alone and super busy on the phone, so maybe... 更多
It’s a small museum but it was quite informative. All the displays were in both Spanish and English. When I went, it was free admission. It’s definitely worth a visit. I had walked to the museum and had visited the harbour, Tahai and the Cementerio along the way.
This is a must for anyone visiting the island, especially if they do it on their own. The museum is small and takes less than an hour to see completely but the information is very helpful in understanding the history of the island.
The small Museo Anthropologico is a necessary visit while visiting Rapa Nui in order to understand the culture and its near destruction. Give yourself an hour to tour the exhibits, but you can likely see it all in less time. The featured exhibit is an original Moai eye made of coral.
To take a taxi here will cost CPL 30,000. In the low season, the admission is free. Some artifacts are displayed but mainly posters in Spanish and English. I like the video explaining how the Moia might be moved and installed after they were carved in the hills. Watch out the small female Moia figure in display; iI was told... 更多
The admission was free. But the exhibition was done nicely and with much details. Very interesting and informative. Do not miss it.
It's a very small museum but has one of only two female moai that have been found. It covers some of the history of the island and has several examples of moai pieces and traditional items. You can ge thru the whole museum in less than 45 minutes, even if you stop and spend time at each and every piece... 更多
we found the museum was a great place to start learning about the island, the museum mainly consists of information boards
Great little museum neat town on Easter Island. Not to be missed. Also make sure you watch the video at the entrance (which is free). Great artifacts