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All reviews inca museum interesting artifacts english descriptions worth a visit pre inka extensive collection museum covers on display nice museum spanish invasion visited this museum for sale rainy day machu picchu couple of hours main plaza boleto turistico
Very interesting and informative. Some of the displays do not have English translations but it was still very interesting with lots of history from all over Peru. Only 10 sol and there are stalls to buy local products.
As our city tour was finishing up, the guide recommended we stop here and we did. There is a small entrance fee 10 sol...~$3.00.
There are tons of Inka artifacts and some good history to be learned. We spent about a hour here but you...More
Having spent the better part of the week in the Peruvian highlands, we were highly motivated to learn even more about the history and culture of incas. The admission of S/10 each was certainly quite reasonable. For a heritage that is seemingly so central to...More
The museum is a decent effort to present art and history of the Inca civilization to the public . Plus , the staff there were kind and friendly. Still many artifacts lack information notes in languages other that Spanish and the display windows and whole...More
20 sols for 2 to go in, so very reasonable. I love social history and wanted to learn about the lives of the Inkas and the time of the Spanish invasion. Nothing. The museum is an archaeologists dream as the rooms are full of glass...More
It's only 10 soles to enter, but there was honestly not much here and very little interpreted in English. That said you can probably get a guide and get much more out of it. However in the courtyard there is a weaving demonstration and a...More
We had some extra time in Cusco and decided to venture into this museum. It was well worth it and would recommend it to anyone who is in the area. Very detailed history of the Incas and amazing artifacts. Give yourself enough time to wander...More
This is a chronologically organized archaeology museum that covers the history of Cusco and the surrounding area from the Inca period to the 20th century. It is located near the main plaza in an interesting, historical building managed by the Universidad Nacional San Antonio Abad,...More
Amazing collection of long Andean history and inka artificers! Ceramics and textiles extraordinary! Detailed and very interesting notes throughout! Also enjoyed the select vendors of ceramics and textiles for sale! Must see!