Museum of the Bells
The site houses an important collection of bells from around the world.
Cruz Sur Stone Museum
It is the oldest museum in the town. It offers the visitor a varied collection of stones and the possibility of exploring the energetic richness of minerals.
Comechingón Museum and Cactus Botanical Garden
A few kilometers from the town, this space reflects the legacy of the Comechingones. The proposal completes a garden that contains different species of cactus.
In Villa Cura Brochero, the house gathers objects and documents that are testimony of the life of the Cura Gaucho, the customs of the inhabitants of the area at the end of the 19th century, and of the Comechingones, original peoples of the region.
The Rocsen Museum is one of the must-see places. Since 1969, this important space constitutes the most important multi-faceted exhibition in the area. It has more than 20,000 pieces, including mummies, cars and various collections. It is located 5 kilometers from the central area of Nono and remains open to the public 365 of the year.