We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews inca museum interesting artifacts worth a visit pre inka english explanations extensive collection on display visited this museum spanish invasion great museum small museum for sale machu picchu boleto turistico main plaza two hours sacred valley
Interesting collection inside a building that reflects the history of Cusco. But the displays are very old school and the information is either lacking or some sort of abracadabra. The tapestries of Maximo Laura were the best feature inside this museum.
It took us about 60 minutes to go through. We learnt a lot about pre-Incan civilisations. We did struggle as we did not speak or read Spanish - in the start of the exhibits there were English descriptions for most objects and maps, but these...More
You should visit here if you have an interest in Inca Culture.
It takes about 90 minutes to go through and see everything. There are some interesting things on display and you get to appreciate Inca Culture a lot more.
This is an inspiring museum that reminds us what a remarkable culture the Incan dynasty was. This outstanding collection is housed in the Casa del Almirante, former home of Spanish Admiral Moldanado, who built this casa over Inca ruins. You are greeted by a regal...More
This is a pretty outdated museum with artifacts I’ve already seen at other, larger museums. It feels like you’re in a high school cafeteria. The mummies are super hard to see, they’re behind glass in a red light and you have small windows to look...More
Not worth going to at all. The English is so awful you can barely understand a sentence, and the Spanish is full of flaws as well. The museum itself is freezing cold and very informative. Would not recommend.
We really enjoyed watching the weavers making intricate patterns, but found the over all experience lacking. My kids did not like it-interactive information could help with kids finding it interesting.
While we went through many Precolumbian museums this was one of the few that really seemed to focus on the Incas (as opposed to earlier cultures). We had to do the museum fast as we got there close to closing and we didn't get a...More