Known as the Museo Regional de Magallanes, it is worth spending time to explore. It is far more complete and furnished than the Sara Braun mansion which is just around the corner.
Braun Menedez's mansion as it was when the family was living there. Fantastic architecture and furniture. Like traveling in time.
This is an excellent free museum walking distance from plaza de armas. They have nice brochure in spanish and English which explains each room and artifact. The rooms are in original decor and tell a lot of the period. The artifacts and their history is fascinating. Highly recommended!
This museum is in the middle of the center of town. It is free and its is very nice. It was originally the home of one of the forefathers of the city. It is beautifully maintained and gives the visitor a very nice overview of the city and its history.
At this place you can get an idea how the people lives at that time. The place is in good condition and at one part of the place the explain you the history about Pta. Arenas, first expeditions and how the business of this families started.
I visited this home while walking around the city. Staff does not speak much English, but I finally got the message that I had to wear booties on my shoes to protect the floors. This is an old mansion built in 1900. The owners were a very rich family and the house and interior shows it. Beautiful windows and skylights.... 更多
Former late 1800's French Renaissance mansion of the Braun-Menendez family. Best collection of period furnishings I've ever seen in over 276 countries. Entrance is free. Photos are forbidden. What's particularly remarkable about this home, in addition to the really beautiful architecture, well preserved, is that it is filled with the original artifacts from the home - not things that the... 更多
We visited this unique historical place while we were waiting for our tour of Antarctica. This place gives you an appreciation of the unique history of Punta Areas and how the rich lived back in history. Well worth the time and it is FREE!!!!
This place is worth a visit. Entry is free and it doesn't take long. It will pass an hour for you as there isn't much else to do in Punta Arenas.