• Museo Histórico Arqueológico Natural “Bernardo Razquin”
The institution is home to important collections that once belonged to a self-taught and climber Bernardo Razquin. The archaeological collection of the museum includes Palaeolithic and Neolithic pieces, both regional and local: a Huarpe burial and ceramics, arrowheads from the Guanacache culture and a collection of Ischigualasto stones.
The institution also houses historical, religious in nature, civilian and military, artefacts and works of art such as religious chasubles and chandeliers. Moreover, there are notable palaeontological, geological and zoological pieces, among them a shark jaw.
Location: Provincial Route No. 50 and International Route No. 7 km. 949