Bariloche is a destination that is enjoyed in all four seasons, but rainy days can be a challenge to find sites and activities that distract and stimulate interaction and ingenuity. The escape rooms, the cinemas, the skating rink are some entertainment options, without forgetting the cultural spaces to explore the history of the place.
Escape Rooms in Bariloche
The team's mission is to escape the room within 60 minutes. Through logic, observation and communication, participants must solve riddles and riddles that unlock the doors to overcome the challenge and escape from the room. There are several themes and fun is guaranteed.
- Escape Room Bariloche, San Martin 64
- Escape Games, San Martin 580
The skating rink is a classic of Bariloche, ideal for rainy days and very cold. Pista Uno is a modern and quality space that attracts adults and children. After a few falls, the skates are allowed to tame a little to enjoy the experience. The place is perfect for any afternoonto celebrate birthdays, even more so when they awaken the desire to have a delicious hot chocolate after the adventure.
- Track One, Mitre 212
Shopping and cinema
A shopping trip is also repeated in Bariloche. The space concentrates more than 50 shops and has several gastronomic proposals in the food court. In addition, the shopping mall houses the movie theaters, another typical option to be indoors. It has 2D and 3D rooms.
- Shopping PatagoniaElflein and Onelli
Museums in Bariloche
To know a little history, science and local art, museums are the typical walks in any city, even more so when it rains and the weather does not let you enjoy outdoor activities. Bariloche is no exception and has wonderful museums to visit.
Museum of Patagonia, Civic Center
It was opened in 1940, by the National Parks Administration. The building is part of the Civic Center, a construction designed from the identity of Bariloche that was born in those years. The museum brings together a permanent exhibition on regional and local history, native peoples, travel and exploration; temporary exhibitions; library and documentary archive.
Paleontological Museum, October 12 and Sarmiento
Created by the Bariloche Paleontological Association in 1977, this museum preserves and disseminates the fossil record of the region and collaborates with Argentine scientific work. The evolution of life is told in this museum, with fossilized pieces from 300 million years ago. In his collection, perhaps the most outstanding piece is the skull of a Phorusrhacidae (from the Upper Miocene, Comallo site), the largest birds that inhabited the Earth.
Chocolate Museum, Av. Bustillo 1158
The world of chocolate has a special place in Bariloche. In addition to the unmissable chocolate circuit on Mitre Street, the Chocolate Museum is the cultural space to learn about the history of this treat in Bariloche and the beginnings of some pioneering brands, a regional product that is part of the identity of the people of Bariloche.
Bowling + pool + bar
A social and fun activity in enclosed areas is bowling. Through this indoor sport, relaxed environments are created between friends and family. Bowling is an alternative to hang outcelebrate special occasions. There are two options in the city.
- Lake Bowling, Rolando 268
- Bowling Shelter, Shopping Patagonia, Elflein and Onelli