A grand old colonial building dating to 1876, the ex-customs house was ravaged by fire in early 2015.
- Edificio de la Aduana
- Parque Prochelle
This urban Isla Teja park contains two historic homes opposite the main road from the park entrance.
- Ahu Akapu
You'll find this ahu with a solitary moai along the coastline, north of Hanga Roa.
- Parroquia Nuestra Señora de Dolores
Check out the cool iconography at Viña's oldest church, built and rebuilt between 1882 and 1912.
- Reserva Forestal Magallanes
Great hiking and mountain biking through dense lenga and coihue, 8km from town.
Tribunales was built as a result of González Videla’s Plan Serena.
- Monumento a los Héroes de Iquique
A subterranean mausoleum paying tribute to Chile's naval martyrs.
Pop your head inside to check out photos of the city's past.
- Iglesia La Merced
One of the town's historic churches.
- Casa de la Cultura
Features works by regional artists and a 2nd-floor assemblage of local artifacts, including minerals and fossils. Outside, the restored El Andes was built…
- Zoológico Nacional
The dinky Zoológico Nacional houses an aging bunch of neglected animals. It is, however, probably the only place in Chile where you are assured a glimpse…
- Museo Regional Salesiano
Especially influential in settling the region, the Salesian order collected outstanding ethnographic artifacts, but their museum touts their role as…
- Torreón de los Canelos
The inaccessible Torreón de los Canelos, which dates from the 17th century, is one of a couple of turrets can be seen around town east of the bus terminal.
- Londres 38
Explore the dark history of the early days of the Pinochet regime at this former detention center. There are both guided and unguided tours.
- Mercado Municipal
A covered market with artisan crafts in addition to local produce sold on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
- Mirador Diego Portales
You can see all of central Valpo's colorful hills from the Mirador Diego Portales in the east of town.
- Torreón del Barro
Torreón del Barro is from a Spanish fort built in 1774. It's closed to the public.
West of Plaza Muñoz Gamero.
- Iglesia Catedral
Ancud's main cathedral.