The Museo de Arte Precolumbino exhibits stone, wood, ceramic and metal artifacts from the west coast of South America dating 1500 AD and earlier. The exhibits were very professionally displayed with translations in Spanish, French and English. It is an important note that this is classified as an "Art" museum, not a "history" museum: the information offered about the artifacts were offered from the point of view of an art professor rather than for historical importance.
Since much of the information offered read like a review from a modern art trade publication, it was really more of a place to look at the pieces and say, "Wow, I can't believe they could make that 3,000 years ago." On the flip side, the artifacts there were in much better condition, and of much higher quality and variety than any other museum I visited in Cuzco.
I enjoyed this museum, but if you visit Museo Inka and the Larco Museum in Lima, you could probably save 20 soles and skip this one.
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