It's a nice museum of city history. It's free to the public with generous hours of operation. Unfortunately we had to rush as got there too close to closing.
About Museo del Fin del Mundo
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Very small museum with free entry. Only 3 rooms....one has creepy stuffed penguins and birds. The main room is a brief history of the natives. The third room was a photo display of a shipwreck. Pop in if passing but dont go looking for this...More
Admission gives you access totwo locations. Both are interesting historical views of the city and the general area. .
worth the visit very interesting. Good place to go on a rainy day give yourself a couple hours plus gift shop is overpriced but aren't they all?
It is a small museum near to the city coastline and so appropriately named end of the World museum as Ushuaia is often called the city at the end of the world. There are geographical information, histories, artifacts, descriptions of land and sea explorers and...More
It has some posts with English explanations but it all about human, native tribes and later invaders from Europe, but little about the nature of this land.
Despite the catchy name, the museum has relatively little to offer beyond some local natural history and a bit about the colonial period. The building is impressive, and since it is right on the waterfront, handy to visit.
This is a simple and straightforward museum which tells an important story about the peoples, fauna and flora of the area. This museum is now an even more important local history resource in the light of the recent closure of the Yamana Museum.