1. Indigenous People of Patagonia History Tour
Discover he history of Patagonia's indigenous people’s history walking through Bariloche downtown. Visit the Civic Center to explore the main sections of the Museum of Patagonia, established in 1940 by the national government to promote the then-remote ski resort town. Learn more about the natural history of the area and its original inhabitants. Use your entry ticket to return later in the day to marvel at the collections of fossils, tools and implements at your own pace if you wish. Make your way to the Cathedral of Our Lady of Nahuel Huapi, surrounded by beautiful gardens. Marvel at the amazing stained glass windows and the Via Crucis. End on the shore of Nahuel Huapi Lake and gaze in awe at the glacial valleys.