The exhibition in this museum can basically be divided into three themes: modern art, the prison of Ushuaia and Antarctica. I don't like modern art exhibitions very much because I am not interested in modern art. I think the part about prison life is very interesting. However, the best and most interesting section I think so far is the exhibition about Antarctic explorers. The exhibits occupies a whole floor, and each unit is paving the way for the next theme. If you skip the first two themes and go directly to the Antarctica section of the exhibition, you will find this section quite interesting, and I highly recommend you to do so. In addition, there is a cafe (I haven't been) and several shops selling souvenir gifts. Although I haven't visited the whole world, I have been brainwashed by the continuous English commentary.
A great oceanographic museum. From the layout of the museum, it can be seen that it is particularly comfortable, particularly open, and particularly thought-provoking, and particularly comfortable.
if you may have spare time after shopping and outdoor activity, it is a good option to visit the museum, a former prison. it provides exhibits of history of Ushuaia and expeditions of exploring Antarctica. there are lots of small rooms as gallery of pictures and sculptures. there is a shop with lots of souvenirs and T-shirt and jackets.
The Ushuaia Maritime Museum in Argentina includes three parts: the Maritime Museum, the Prison Museum, and the Art Museum. Moreover, the museum is built in a huge prison. Isn’t it special? But to be honest, we went around a little bit, and apart from some information about the Antarctic expedition, there was nothing particularly appealing to me.
This museum used to be Ushuaia’s prison. Most of the exhibitions here are held in old prison cells. Introductory manuals in several languages are provided at the entrance. The first part of the museum is the Maritime Museum area, where you can see models of several boats and various pictures and information. The next part is the history of the indigenous people living in this area, and then you will come to a cell that introduces this prison. There is also a contemporary art center, a small gift shop and a coffee shop (it was not open when we visited here). We spent about an hour here, but if you really watch every exhibit carefully, it should take at least 2 hours.
This museum consists of 3 parts, the Maritime Museum, the Prison Museum, and the Art Museum, all of which are actually built in a huge prison. And this prison is very stylish, it is an octopus shape, with the center as the center, 6 passages spread out, each passage is a prison of 4 to 5 square meters on the left and right, and a small window of 10 square centimeters. There is a passage that still preserves the original appearance of the prison, and I can see my bones stand up coldly.