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Not sure what a previous review was saying about cost. Entry was free. This is well preserved and tells the history of one wealthy family. It also had interesting history about the Indians and has translations in English. Well worth a visit to understand a...More
I passed the palace twice, until I decided to take my chances to enter. There is no sign saying you can enter, but you can, and someone opens the door and you have to pay something like 3 dollars. They changed the places of the...More
This is seen as a must-visit when in Puenta Arenas. However, it was a disapointment for us. The house is nice enough, but there is not many rooms to see and there is a total lack of info. It is a special house for Puenta...More
Sumptuous late 18th century home you would envision finding in London or Paris. European craftsmanship and materials make this Palacio a worthwhile visit. Nominal fee gets you in for a walkabout the home and then you can enjoy a coffee, tea or lunch in the...More
You come here to have a drink in the bar, to see the wonderful watercolors of moments in Shackleton's Journey. We had lunch which was fine but slow. Being in the place where he stayed and planned his return to Elephant Island is a lot...More
Definitely worth visiting while in the central area of Punta Arenas. The ornate flooring details and the walls and ceiling designs are very intriguing. The open ceiling to the floor above is very captivating.
Plaza de Armas and its Monumento a Hernando de Magallanes are...More