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Museo Larco Herrera

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 6 Reviews

To help you get your head around Peru’s centuries of history and culture, visit the well-regarded Museo Larco Herrera in Lima. The chronological overview of ...  Read more

Iglesia and Museo de San Francisco

4.5 star rating: Recommended 57 Reviews

The Iglesia and Museo de San Francisco is a spectacular example of Moorish-inspired Spanish baroque colonial grandeur, but the real highlight is the spooky ...  Read more

Mujica Gallo (Gold Museum)

3 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

Gold and silver were highly prized and beautifully worked by the Inca. The precious materials were worked into symbolic and decorative pieces, but were never ...  Read more

Brüning National Archaeological Museum

During the late 19th and early 20th century, German archaeologist Hans Heinrich Brüning Brookstedt devoted his life to Northern Peru. For decades, ...  Read more

Casa de Fierro

The most famous building in Iquitos isn’t the cathedral (though the Gothic, 1911 Iglesia Matriz is quite lovely), it’s La Casa de Fierro, or Iron House. ...  Read more

Casa de Moral (Moral House)

Built around 1730, this large ancestral house is an excellent well-preserved example of baroque-mestizo architecture. The name of the house has nothing to do ...  Read more

Casa Urquiaga (Casa Calonge)

Located along the famous Plaza de Armas, Casa Urquiaga (Casa Calonge) offers a rare glimpse into the political history of Trujillo. Here, in this sprawling ...  Read more

Choco Museo

Chocolate—like coffee—is an agricultural product which is native to the equatorial tropics. While the mountains of the Andes might not seem very tropical, the ...  Read more

La Mansion del Fundador (Founder's Mansion)

The history of Founder’s Mansion dates back to the early days when the Spanish first occupied Peru. Originally owned by Arequipa’s founder, Garcí Manuel ...  Read more

Museo Pedro de Osma

Originally founded in 1948 to showcase the vast private collection of aristocrat Pedro de Osma Gildemeister, the Museo Pedro de Osna took on its current name ...  Read more

Museo Santury (Museo Santuarios Andinos)

While there are many notable museums in Arequipa, Museo Santury is known as being one of the best. Its focus is on Andes Mountain archeology and history. ...  Read more

National University of Trujillo Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History

For archaeology and history buffs, Trujillo might be the most fascinating city along the entire coastline of Peru. This dry shoreline has been the historic ...  Read more

Planetarium Cusco

By day, the city of Cusco is an enchanting playground of mysterious Inca ruins. By night, the city is bathed in a soft yellow light which illuminates the ...  Read more

Pre-Columbian Art Museum

Many travelers to Cuzco are familiar with the Inca, the native inhabitants of the Peruvian Andes who were brutally conquered by the Spanish. Fewer people, ...  Read more

Royal Tombs Museum of Sipan

To archaeologists, the Lord of Sipan was a Moche noble now known as the “King Tut of Peru.” To centuries of Peruvian grave robbers (huaqueros), he was one ...  Read more

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