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It is a nice place to go, and to know a little about the German settlers, for someone who lived in the countryside in the 70s or 80s, you can find similar machines to those already seen, but it is also an interesting place to...More
It was a beautiful sunny afternoon ideal for a stroll around the park to visit the ancient buildings which have been moved here and reconstructed. You will need a couple of hours to visit all the colonial buildings
This museum is about a block from the Main Street along the waterfront. Admission is about $4.50 USD per person which is reasonable. To me, the best part is the beautiful gardens spreading out in front of the gardens. The flowers are very colorful and...More
I enjoyed visiting this museum, which comprises a set of reconstructed buildings with various artefacts in them. It’s in a nice setting with attractive gardens and flowers.
Although the buildings are inauthentic, they still give a good sense of the lives of early German settlers...More
This well maintained historical German family farm is a great way to showcase the European influence on this area of Chile. It is well maintained with many antique artifacts that your do not typically get to see up close and in their natural setting. The...More
This museum complex was probably the highlight of our tour. Expansive, beautiful buildings and well maintained gardens, artefacts relative to each building, the babbling stream, glorious flowers and the holly tree burdened with clusters of red berries. Some steep paths to climb, (depends on age...More
You will feel like you are in a Bavarian wonderland with flowers, window-boxes and wood accented buildings everywhere. A visit to this interesting museum will give you insight into the life of German and Austrian settlers who colonized the area toward the end of the...More
German immigrants had a large, positive impact on this part of Chile. The museum gives a person an opportunity to walk through two "typical" homes for the period, see equipment, furniture, and personal artifacts from the period. We really enjoyed our time here.