Address: Route 42, KM 82. Tunuyán.
Opening hours: Monday to friday from 9 to 12 and from 15 to 19hs. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 16 to 20hs.
It is a recent private institution, which opened in 2005. The name Ñancú means “white eagle” in Mapuche language. It is a museum installed in the old home of the taxidermist Charles Berthelemy and currently houses a collection of over 500 species of minerals, fish, mammals and birds, embalmed by the creator.
It is a new institution that opened in 1.005. The word ‘Ñancú’ means ‘white eagle’ in the Mapuche language. It contains a collection of birds, fish and mammals embalmed by the taxidermist Carlos Berthelemy.