An monument from the ancient Lima culture (200 AD and 700 AD), this is a huge, pyramid-shaped construction built with hand-made clay bricks, consecrated to the adoration of the Moon and the Ocean, which is believed to have served as a ceremonial and administrative center, and a as a place for celebrating religious rituals. Huaca Pucllana has been under investigations for some 20 years, and some of the archaeological findings are currently on exhibition at a small site museum located there. You can have a guided tour in English or in Spanish, including its small flora and fauna park. Open Hours: Wed-Mon, 9am-5pm. General Admission: S/.10, Kids only pay S/. 1.