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Nao Victoria Museum

The Nao Victoria Museum is a private museum. Its objective is to provide a real experience in the replicas of the most important ships of the Magallanes Region. There are four replicas open to visit in the Museum:

Nao Victoria, the only one of the fleet commanded by Ferdinand Magellan to complete the first circumnavigation of the planet.

James Caird, originally a lifeboat from the Endurance that sailed from Elephant Island to South Georgia during Sir Ernest Shackleton's 1916 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition.

Schooner Ancud, the ship that, under the mandate of Manuel Bulnes, President of Chile, took sovereignty over the Strait of Magellan for Chile with the construction of Fort Bulnes.

HMS Beagle, the very famous brigantine of the British Navy, which, under the command of Captain Fitz Roy, carried out a mapping project for the Magallanes Region. Aboard the mythical ship, the young Charles Darwin began to write his theory of evolution.

The museum is interactive, it has a technological platform that includes: audio guide, touch screen, ambient sound, and many replicas of ancient weapons that can be used by visitors to take pictures.


  • Monday to Sunday



  • 4.30 hrs. about.


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