- Private tour and dinner at the Larco Museum in Lima
- Take a guided tour of the museum, housed in an 18th-century mansion
- Learn about the art and history of Peru from your knowledgeable guide and see pre-Columbian artifacts from ancient cultures like the Chimú, Chancay and Nazca
- Admire the museum’s famed Moche portrait vessels
- Enjoy a Peruvian dinner in the museum’s restaurant, overlooking the gardens
Enter the museum, housed in an 18th-century mansion built on top of a 7th-century pyramid, and discover the treasures of ancient Peru as you walk through the museum’s galleries. The amazing array of pre-Columbian artifacts is sure to impress -- see the renowned collection of more than 50,000 pots, and admire the large displays of ceramics from the Cupisnique, Chimú, Chancay, Nazca and Inca cultures. Marvel at the intricate jewelry and masks, and see the Larco’s renowned Moche portrait vessels – ceramic vessels in the shape of human faces, which are unique to the Moche people who lived from 100 to 800 AD.
After your tour, sit down to an exquisite dinner of Peruvian specialties, which you’ll enjoy in the museum’s restaurant. From this prime spot, enjoy the cozy atmosphere and enjoy views of the Larco’s beautiful gardens. Taste some of Peru's traditional dishes, including Lomo Saltado (tenderloin strips), Causa Limeña (mashed potoato dish) and more!
When dinner is over, you’ll be driven back to your hotel.