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Museo Provincial De Ciencias Naturales Y Antropológicas - Museum Paraná - Argentina

Museo Provincial de Ciencias Naturales y Antropológicas Professor Antonio Serrano covers the entire scope of natural sciences. Individual galleries are dedicated to the geology, flora and fauna of Paraná and Entre Ríos. The vertebrate gallery displays an excellent collection of regional bird and animal species, and has an interesting set of jars preserving human fetuses. The paleontology room has a complete whale skeleton and a myriad of fossils. The aquarium is an unusual addition, with live specimens of Enterriano fishes. The anthropological sciences—archaeology and ethnology—are covered in three rooms.The ceramics by the disappeared Goya-Malabrigo culture are stunning.

Location:

Gardel 62

Plaza Alvear


Paraná, Argentina

Museum Types:
Science and nature, Archaeology, Paleontology, Anthropology, ethnography, Anthropology

Getting There

Travel Tips:

All exhibit explanations are in Spanish. Guided tours in English, German and Italian are available, with previous arrangement.

Price Description:

By donation.

Relative price: Free

Open Hours from:Monday-Saturday 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 3-7 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.-noon

Travel Skills: beginner/easy.

You Need to Bring:

Visit the Museo Histórico Provincial and other museums. Take a cruise on the Río Uruguay, or match the catamarán to Santa Fe. Canoe amidst the river’s islands. Go hiking on Islote Curupí. Head down to Oro Verde or Pare Nacional Pre Delta.

Currencies accepted
Argentine Peso

Contact Information:
Phone: 420-8894
URL: www.museoserrano.com.ar










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