The first floor of the museum's collection is mainly collections of prehistoric aboriginals, telling the local geography and the life of prehistoric people. The second floor is the collection of local biologists, with many specimens of local animals and insects. The museum shop is small and exquisite, and the lapis lazuli products are much more reasonable than the airport price.
The exhibits in this museum are mainly items related to Easter Island. There are some mummies from the early years of Chile. It is quite interesting to go here to see
The history of Chile is not short, with many cultural relics.
There is a similar sculpture at the entrance that I have seen on Easter Island. There are many animal specimens (mainly insects) including butterflies and insects that are not aesthetically pleasing, or some bronze statues (also scary faces) . In short, it is a very funny place, a museum to adjust the mood