Museo Ferroviario Regional Santa Fe

This is a private museum that runs on a historic site that was called Casa Hüme, inaugurated in 1889.

Hüme was the one who carried out the work of drawing of the Santa Fe Railway. The building has a tunnel that connected the current museum building with the old railway station and was used to transport flows. In its 9 rooms are exhibited planes, records, salvaged railway material, ferromodelismo and elements of the end of the last century. It has the accounting books of 1893 onwards and planimetry of several sectors to which the railroad arrived. There are also elements of geodesy and photographs.


Santa Fe is the capital of the homonymous province and the second city in importance after Rosario of which is 167 kilometers. It is located 475 kilometers from the Federal Capital from which it leaves by the national route N ° 9 to take the national No. 11. By means of the Tunnel Subfluvial Hernandarias communicates with the city of Paraná, capital of Entre Ríos. It is recommended to visit Cayastá, 80 kilometers from the city, where in 1573 the old Santa Fe was founded and now its ruins remain. Inside the city, the Convent of San Francisco dating from 1680, where the remains of Estanislao López and the Church of Our Lady of Miracles, the oldest in the province, are a great attraction.

Guided visits

Days and times of general public service

Thursday and Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Saturdays from 09.00 to 12.00
Bonus Value Contribution : $ 10- per participant

Groups of schools, colleges and delegations of tourists

They are attended in days and times to be agreed. Send the Application Form