Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes seeks to contribute to the knowledge and dissemination of visual artistic practices according to the codes, era and context of development.
Provides a sample of the origin of life and the Earth, and highlights Chile’s natural and cultural landscapes, emphasizing the biodiversity of its flora and fauna and its relationship with indigenous people.
The mission of the Museo Histórico Nacional is to provide the national and international community access to the country’s history, by revealing Chile’s identity through the collection, conservation, research and disclosure of the tangible and intangible heritage comprising Chile’s historical memory.
It exhibits Antofagasta’s natural and cultural history, showing its geological, paleontological and mineral features, along with its pre-Hispanic settlement and the history of the saltpeter industry.
The Museum was born from the merger of the Museo Arqueológico and the Museo de Historia Regional, and has about 12 thousand archaeological, ethnographic and paleontological objects. It is currently being renovated.
Pays permanent tribute to the former president of Chile and exhibits his areas of expertise.
This museum is located in the city of Vicuña, within the Elqui Valley, and it is dedicated to the life and work of Chilean poet, winner of the 1945 Nobel Literature Prize and the 1951 National Literature Prize.
Located in Palacio Lyon of Valparaíso, it has natural sciences and anthropology collections.
This museun offers a place for aesthetic enjoyment and art education and display, as well as useful and beautiful objects.
This museum is located in Centro Patrimonial Recoleta Dominica. This ecclesiastical museum features the heritage of this order.
This museum brings together Chile’s educational history.
Dedicated to disseminating the life and work of the Chilean historian and politician, Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna (1831-1886).
This museum goes over the regional history, trades related to mining and metallurgy, and the development of local agriculture.
Its current exhibition is geared towards natural and cultural regional history, through the value enhancement of its collections.
This museum honours the culture of Mapuche people, protecting their valuable ancestral material heritage.
This musuem collects regional cultural heritage, holding nearly 3,000 cultural heritage objects, arranged in archaeological, ethnographic, pictorial, photographic and historical collections.