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Ilets wrote a review May 2019
SF / P25 contributions18 helpful votes
This small museum is very worth an hour or two. It does have lots of interesting artifacts and statues. Descriptions are in Spanish alone, but I still learned a lot. Easy location right down town, so pop in while you are shopping or out for lunch.
Date of experience: May 2019
LiesbethSimons wrote a review Mar 2018
The Hague, The Netherlands67 contributions12 helpful votes
Very nice little museum that gives a brief history of the region. Nice if you want some basic information about archeological places in the region. 2 impressive mummies and nice little artifacts, beautiful garden. Try not to cry if you see how they treat and fix their artifacts, they seem to try their best and make the effort to preserve it. Definetely worth the 5 soles (or 4 if you are a student)…
Date of experience: March 2018
John L wrote a review Feb 2018
London, United Kingdom133 contributions35 helpful votes
Allow half an hour at least, there's lots in here. And don't miss the delightful garden behind the museum, full of treasure.
Date of experience: February 2018
HLR719 wrote a review Dec 2017
Seattle, Washington32 contributions2 helpful votes
We were frustrated because the museum staff weren’t there to sell us a ticket for a long time - but once we got in, it was great. The mummies and stone statues, plus the fabrics and dioramas were all very interesting! Plus it’s easy to get to. Plan about an hour.
Date of experience: December 2017
marylajlahannigan wrote a review Jul 2017
Estes Park, Colorado3 contributions1 helpful vote
The only downside was that all information was only Spanish. Garden was lovely with very nice statues.
Date of experience: June 2017