Address: Las Heras Av. between 25 de Mayo and Perú St. Mendoza City.
This museum, unique of a kind, was opened to the public in 1993 on the occasion of the inauguration of the Las Heras Avenue, as a tribute to one of the arteries more linked to the history of the City.
It is an outdoor museum that through dioramas (made by Rodolfo Gutiérrez and Eduardo González) and glass cabinets shows the development in a hundred years (1850-1950), of the great historical events that transformed the ancient alley in what is today Las Heras street, from colonial times, with its palm trees boulevard, the hotels, the immigrants accommodations, the central market, the centenary cinema, the inauguration of the railroad and the horse-drawn streetcar, among others.
The dioramas expographic techniques, scale models and glass gabinets, to be located in the street, with no walls that limit them, acquire an added value that become a social media.