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Very interesting to visit this small museum, some history about different cultures but it was the skulls that drew everyones attention. It was very inexpensive to visit so worth it if you have the time.
This museum is small but we spent almost two hours as we learned with fascination about the anatomical differences in the Paracas people, their approach and objectives for cranial surgery, and their influence on other Peruvian cultures and history. I'd definitely return!
This place is amazing and Fabio is very passionate about the Paracas traditions and is trying to get more research into these amazing artifacts. The strange thing was at first we coundn’t find it and the locals in the town didn’t even know about it....More
This was probably the second best 'museum' i visited in Peru, although calling it a 'museum' is a little ambitious, it is a room with a collection of quite random articles from different cultures and limited information on any of them. However.....the things that they...More
Worth a quick stop here, only small and cheap to go in but incredible skulls and other inca relics. Had just closed when we arrived but they kindly reopened it so we could look. Personally I think it's a must see if interested in archaeology...More
Response from catrionah707 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I don't know if it's relocated but is where google maps says it is... in the building next to San Agustin hotel on the way out of town...
you have to go into the huge white building and it's on the far right hand side...