In 1906, arriving in Pucon, Tonck Francisco and his family, German settlers.
Direct contact with the Mapuche people, allows them to know their culture and with the passing years together witness to it. Hoteliers precursors of today Pucon, Leoncio Marty Kaiser Tonck and Elfride Bohn, rescue this heritage, which has been enhanced over time by Ulloa Metzger family to help consolidate and project an image region with its own identity.
This museum is located at 243 Street Caupolicán Pucon. The telephone number is (56) (45) 441963. More information about the Mapuche Pucon Museum on the website http://www.pucononline.cl/museo
Winter opening hours: morning 11:00 to 13:00 hrs | Afternoon: 15:00 to 19:00
Hours of Operation Summer (Jan-Feb): morning 11:00 to 13:00 hrs | Afternoon: 18:00 to 22:00
Entry adult $ 1,500 - Elderly $ 1,000 - $ 1,000 children (values VAT)
Entry Mapuche and released for students accompanied by teacher
Open every day of the year except on Mondays