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As an archaeologist and museum professional, archaeology museum are at the very top of my list of local attractions anywhere I go. Sometimes, I'm profoundly disappointed and at others I'm wildly impressed. This is not one of the great museums of South America (think Lima...More
Unfortunately things have changed in the last few years, I have been in that museum 10 years ago and they had a bigger space where you could see about the Inca culture, my husband and I visited in April and we hardly seen something interesting,...More
This is an interesting little collection, and a chance to see examples of the wonderful stonework from Tiwanaku, for which you'll be glad if like us you fail to visit the site itself.
Unfortunately all the signs are in Spanish, but armed with a dictionary...More
I could have rated this museum 2 over 5 as well, if I´d be more concerned with a good presentation instead of chaotic displays. But I really was impressed with the collection of pottery, stones, weapons, utensils and a mummy from the Tiwanaku archeological site....More
This museum, founded by Arthur Posnansky, has tons and tons of artifacts that he and his successors took from the archeological site of Tiwananku. I go there every once in a while and the sheer amount of pieces on exhibit, plus their beauty and detail,...More
The building was constructed for Posnansky around 1920 and alway dedicated in collection of highland pottery an art. You can see examples from Tiwanaku, Inka, Yampara, Yaya mama and other cultures. A must for each archeological interestet. Entry Bolivianos 14.-- for tourists