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Was the first thing that was recommended to us per our concierge to visit. Cool outside aesthetic (especially in the evening), it was a good place to spend a few hours on our first day. Though I wouldn’t recommend going out of your way, it...More
I already knew that this was separate from the actual Qorikancha but I imagine many people get a shock. I normally read every piece of information in a museum but skipped things here. There were some interesting points and it was a so-so use of...More
Included with the Boleto Turistico pass and close to our hotel, we decided to visit this very small underground museum situated in the park area below the Qorikancha. There are some ceramics and some skulls. Low lighting and cramped quarters make it difficult to spend...More
Worst museum we've been to in a long time. Don't get it confused with the the actual museum on the actual site nearby which is definately worth seeing.
The displays were ancient and look like they were created and translated by school children. Don't take...More
This little museum is the repository of some of the artifacts from the Qoricancha Temple which is very nearby. It didn't take long to visit and some of the displays were quite interesting. It was included as part of our Boleto Turistico del Cusco. We...More
We came here only because we had paid for the tourist ticket when we visited Sacsayhuaman, and we had some free time. It was underground, and a little hard to find. I took a photo of an empty display case! It desperately needs some funding....More