Museo Palacio Arzobispal

Museo Palacio Arzobispal, Cusco: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Museo Palacio Arzobispal Reviews: 4/5

Museo Palacio Arzobispal
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Cris Morris
California City, CA2 contributions
Nice place
Dec 2019
We toured this sacred museum and we all loved it, interesting things to appreciate and the 12 angle stone gives it an extra bonus.
Written December 17, 2019
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Esther B
33 contributions
Great m,useum
Jul 2019
Walking into this museum you can see the great patios from the old houses in Cusco. The tile work is amazing and the pieces donated by Mr. Orihuela Yabar are a great treasure for the Archdiocese of Cusco.
Walking in the rooms gives you an idea on how people used the artifacts and how the pictures decorated with gold leaf make the room extraordinary and beautiful.
Written September 9, 2019
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retired and traveling
117 contributions
Highly Fantastic Rocks
Apr 2019
We wandered down a small alley. Along one was were huge and amazing rocks fitted perfectly to create a wall. The Incans were very talented.
Written April 13, 2019
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mauratravels1111
San Clemente, CA49 contributions
Fascinating
Nov 2018 • Friends
We were in Awe at the huge stones and amazing way the stones fit ; it looks impossible... Alien technology came to help us for sure!
Written January 15, 2019
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Linda Y
Frisco, TX4,154 contributions
Religious Art Museum
Oct 2018 • Friends
The Archbishop’s Palace is included in the Ticket for Religious Circuit (CTR). The CTR also includes entry to the Cathedral complex and the Church of San Blas. The Palace was built on the foundation of the Inca Roca Palace and formerly owned by the Archbishop of Cusco. Today it houses a collection of colonial religious paintings in the style known as the Escuela Cusquena (Cusco School). The reason you want to visit: The Museum is in a narrow pedestrian walkway that features Inca stone walls and the famous “Stone of 12 Angles” (since it’s part of the building's outer wall, you can view for free at any time). The interior has Moorish style architecture with carved cedar ceilings and doors and a beautiful arched stone courtyard. Worth a short walk-through if you bought the CTR.
Written January 7, 2019
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Millet02
Atlanta, GA506 contributions
It was included in ticket
Oct 2018 • Couples
We accidently bought the combination ticket for the cathedrals and this museum, or we would have skipped it. It's all old religious paintings, with zero explanation. If you buy the combo ticket and have time to go, fine, otherwise it's definitely not worth it.
Written October 19, 2018
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kristinak27
Black Earth, WI654 contributions
Small but nice museum
Oct 2018 • Solo
I rather enjoyed strolling through this museum. There were a couple of stained glass windows that caught my eye. I also saw a painting of Mary in a gold dress that was beautiful. Other art pieces were nice as well. I am not sure this would be on my top 10 list to do in Cusco.
Written October 14, 2018
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RockinCuenca
Cuenca, Ecuador17 contributions
Way too many tourists blocking the streets
Oct 2018 • Friends
The tour groups do not care that the Peruvian people are trying to get through here to get somewhere. They just stand in the middle of the street, blocking everyone from getting by so they can get their precious photos. Sad.
Written October 12, 2018
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VS-OKC
Oklahoma City, OK4 contributions
The very best stonework in Cusco!
May 2018 • Solo
You have to see this if you go to Cusco. Nobody can explain how they did it. These wall have survived time and earthquakes. Look across the alley and compare it to Spanish stonework. You will be amazed.
Written July 30, 2018
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Ksirius
Seoul, South Korea41 contributions
Private Trip
Apr 2017
It's good to learn and touch the stone to understand how they made in the long past ago. It's in downtown and you can walk to there from downtown hotel.
Written March 29, 2018
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