The Molino Andes Regional museum (Molino Viejo 488) gives visitors a glimpse into what life was like in the early days of TrevelĂn. Antique dishes, furniture, wagons, medical tools, musical instruments, clothing and cameras are all on display. Further along Ruta 259 towards Chile, 22km outside of town, sits the museum Nant Fach. Built by the granddaughter of one of the town's first settlers, this museum sits in an exact replica of TrevelĂn's first mill and displays many artifacts used in the mills and by early settlers. Fly fishing in the area along Rio Grande/Rio Futaleufu is quite popular, and bicycling, hiking and horseback rides are popular as well. A movie theater (http://trevelincine.blogspot.com/) also provides indoor entertainment for evenings or rainy days.