Address: Belgrano St. s/n, Tulumaya Village. Lavalle.
Phone: 0261 – 4941097
Opening hours: Monday to friday from 8 to 12hs.
It was created in 1.977 with the donation of the Historic and Natural Museum that Juan Gallo School from Lavalle did. Afterwards, its heritage was increased with other donations. It keeps authentic pieces from the Huarpe culture as mortars, arrowheads, scrapers and stone idols and replicas made by the descendants, historic documents from the Chapel Rosario of Guanacache, leather, wool and jonquil handicrafts and ceramics. Besides, there are present testimonies from the last century through photographs, dresses and personal use objects. Since 1.996, it has incorporated documents about the harvest festival and floats. It is envisaged that in future years the museum may be moved to the old house that belonged to the family Montenegro and is the oldest in the department of Lavalle.