Museo del Automóvil Termas de Río Hondo, Santiago del Estero, Argentina

South America

Last modified:

July 15, 2019

Added:

February 20, 2018

General information

Translated from Spanish using Google translate.

The “Museo de Automovil Termas de Río Hondo”, one of the great works carried out in the Province, is a contained space within the “Termas de Río Hondo International Circuit”, located 6 kilometers from the city that gives them both names. Opened on October 5, 2012, the Museum is a place dedicated to the enhancement of Automobiles, Motorcycles and other elements related to the world of motor sports, through a state-of-the-art architectural development that is integrated and related to the layout of the circuit and motor sport.

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Number of exhibited items

Cars & Automotive: 1-25
Motorcycles & Bikes: 26-50

Items Exhibited at the Museum

Cars:

        

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Available in the following languages:
Spanish

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Getting to the Museum

Address: Río Hondo, , Santiago del Estero, Argentina, South America
Coordinates: -27.5112641, -64.9196962

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Usually only for private use. Always check for latest info on the home page!
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Disclaimer

Note: This information was accurate July, 2019 when it was published/updated, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.

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