Museo Nacional de Antropología, Arqueología e Historia


Museo Nacional de Antropología, Arqueología e Historia

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Great display of Inca and Pre-Inca pottery and textiles

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Plaza Bolívar s/n
Lima 21 Lima, Peru


+51 1 463 5070

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For a better experience, visit on weekdays.


This is the oldest and the most important museum run by the state, due to the huge number (more than 10,000) of artifacts it houses in its exhibition halls and repositories as well: pottery, textiles, metal and stone objects, among many other surprises from ancient Peru history, but also documents and photographs from colonial and republican times. This is a museum commited to researching, conservation and dissemination of Peruvian cultural heritage and knowledge. And this is the museum which displays the Peruvian history´s complete chronology in a clear, didactic way. It is located at a historic building too, since a Spanish Viceroy and two of the Peruvian Independence heros lived here. The museum includes a virtual exhibition room specially intended for children, and in 2010 opened a hall dedicated to the cultures of the Amazon regions. The museum offers guided tours in Spanish and English for S/. 15 (for groups of up to 15 people).


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