Regional museum of Rancagua
The Regional Museum of Rancagua is located in two houses dating from the eighteenth century, and due to their significant heritage value, they were declared National Monuments in 1980. The museum houses more than 2,600 objects that give an account of the remote and recent history of the O region. ‘Higgins. Along with the collections of archeology, ethnography, visual arts, decorative arts and crafts, it also has photographic and traditional Chilean music archives. Much of the period furniture forms our permanent exhibition, where several rooms show settings of the public and private spaces of a nineteenth century aristocratic house.
In this space you will find a virtual and sound tour through the museum that invite you to learn about the regional history and the city of Rancagua as well as enjoying the patios and gardens with native species.