Like every major capital city, Santiago is home to many museums dedicated to art, science, and history, but what if you’re in the mood for something more unique? If that’s the case, you’ll be happy to hear that the capital of Chile has many quirky museums in store—including these three.
Mirador Interactive Museum
If you’re looking for a museum in Santiago that you can visit with your entire family, it doesn’t get better than Mirador. The city’s top kid-friendly museum offers interactive exhibits for people of all ages, which present science and technology in a fun way.
National Aerospace Museum
Santiago is home to several museums dedicated to different means of transportation, but none of them is as impressive as this one. Dedicated to aeronautical and space heritage, this museum offers exhibits on aviation history, aircraft halls, and a special corner dedicated to kids.
Museo de la Moda
If you have a soft spot for fashion and design, you should make sure to check out this quirky museum during your visit to Santiago. This privately-owned museum features decorative arts, textiles, costumes, and accessories dating from the 50s and 60s to the present day.