DIBAM - English overview

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This Museum in Temuco, the capital of southern Chile’s Araucanía Region, is the ideal place to learn more about the indigenous Mapuche people and their culture.
The Ancud Museum reflects the distinctive culture of the Chiloé Archipelago, off the coast of southern Chile, with its own traditions, folklore and craftwork.
Valparaíso’s Santiago Severin Regional Library is a testimony to the importance the city enjoyed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a thriving port.
High up in the beautiful Elqui Valley, this Museum is devoted to the life and work of one of the two Chilean poets to have won the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Welcome to National Service for Cultural Heritage

The National Service for Cultural Heritage is pleased to welcome you to its network of museums, libraries and archives. Some of the main museums are in Santiago but others, also with much to tell visitors, are in places as far flung as Easter Island or Puerto Williams on the southern tip of South America. On this website, you will find a brief description of the main points of interest, details of the museums exhibits and services as well as information like opening hours and contact details. We do hope you enjoy your visit!