• Archaeological Museum of Tunuyán
It houses collections of archaeological artefacts belonging to the pre-Columbian cultures of the Valle de Uco.
• Municipal Museum of Natural Science “Ñandú”
It is an institution recently opened, inaugurated in 2005. The name Ñandú means “white eagle” in Mapuche language. It is located on Route 42, Km 82, Tunuyán, at the former Casa del Maestro. In addition, it houses collections of embalmed birds, fish and mammals prepared by the taxidermist Carlos Berthelemy.
• Muestra Sanmartiniana at the Manzano Histórico
It is organized into theme rooms that illustrate the epic events of General San Martín, referring to the Department of Tunuyán.
• Centro de Congresos y Exposiciones
In this place not only temporary exhibitions of art are organized, but it also has a permanent exhibition entitled “Tunuyán and its people”. It is very recordable for those who want to know some peculiarities of the Tunuyán people.