Museums and Heritage

Museo Ferroviario Regional De Santa Fe is a private museum that runs on a historic site that was called Casa Hüme, inaugurated in 1889. 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.

Provincial Museum of Natural Sciences “Florentino Ameghino” has its Headquarters in the Educational Complex Sarmiento, located between the streets First Board and First of May. In its rooms thousands of pieces are exhibited, from minerals and rocks to diverse kingdoms (fungi, plants and animals). Among these stand out the incorporations of high patrimonial value as corresponding to natural sciences of the Jesuit Heritage

The Ethnographic Museum Colonial Juan de Garay coordinates research on the pre-Hispanic and colonial past and preserves archaeological, ethnographic, folk and historical material that forms its extensive heritage. It preserves exhumed archaeological material of the ruins of Santa Fe la Vieja and other places and deposits of the province…

The Port Museum, created in 1987, is a public and community institution dedicated to the history and present of Ingeniero White, town and port of Bahía Blanca. A wide repertoire of interviews and accounts of neighbors and workers is the basis of the work. They are privileged objects of the museum a malvón in a jerrycan, a canzonetta or a strudell freshly baked.

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Museo Histórico Comunal y de la Colonización Judía Rabino Aarón Halevi Goldman It is the Museum of the First Jewish Colony in the Argentine Republic and its youngest institution. It is named after Rabbi Aaron Halevi Goldman, spiritual leader of the first group of immigrants from Kamenetz, Podolia, who gave birth to Moses Ville, back in 1889. The visitor can walk through their rooms and interact with their museological message, clear and emotive .