Bernardino Rivadavia Natural Science Museum

Argentina's most important natural sciences museum

The Argentine Natural Science Museum was founded in 1823. Located in the Parque Centenario, a popular city park, it's one of the most complete natural science museums in Latin America and boasts exhibits on some of the many dinosaurs discovered in Argentina.

There are exhibition rooms dedicated to geology, sealife, paleontology, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, the planets, the Antarctic, the study of bones, and more, plus a room for temporary exhibitions, an audiovisual room and a bar.

Guided tours are offered of the following sections on Saturdays and Sundays: bird room: 3.00pm; reptile and amphibian room: 4.00pm; mammals room: 5.00pm; paleontology room: 3.30pm, 4.30pm and 5.30pm.



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