This museum is full of hundreds of cool instruments, some prehispanic, some Bolivian originals, world instruments, wierd ones, you name it. The entrance fee is cheap and I spent over an hour looking at everything. You can play some of the instruments which is fun and sometimes challenging. Every Saturday night (7pm I think) they have a charango concert. It is about 20 bolivianos to enter but well worth it. Very good seasoned musicians and beautiful music of the region. They even play some of the more experimental instruments.
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