A lovely house, airy and European. Has a magnificent collection of colonial silverware and pictures. Some furniture and a separate place for shows. Definitely worth it.
It is well worth making the effort to find this museum, with a collection of mostly 17th century religious art. The building itself about 100 years old is stunning with beautifully kept parquet floors, moulded cornices and many windows with stained glass of the period. Part of the collection of the owner, the religious art, is displayed within the house,... More
This museum is well worth finding. Don;t be put off by guides in Miaflores who claim its in a dangerous area. It was actually fine. One highlight is the two main buildings in which the museum is housed. The first building displays a range of older, mostly religious pairings. The second is set up more like the salon it was... More
Beautiful paintings - viceroy Peruvian art. The School of Cuzco XVII, European influence, altar paintings from catholic European countries from XVI, sculptures made of Huamanga stone. Tours in English.
I planned to visit Mate, but learned that the exhibit there had just closed, so I headed to Museo Pedro de Osma instead. In light of that, it shouldn't be difficult to understand that I am more a fan of modern art than of traditional religious art. But I enjoyed my visit to Museo de Osma a great deal. The... More
A lovely mansion on beautiful grounds. The art is pretty much religious and you can see better elsewhere. There are a few pieces of furniture and family photographs but that's about it.
This collection is focused on the colonial period. It is a good sampling of religious art of the peroid. The mansion is incredible. The silver collection is beyond belief. The tours tend to be in Spanish.
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