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Museum of Indigenous Art ASUR

Pasaje Iturricha 314 | Zona La Recoleta, Sucre, Bolivia
+591 4 6456651
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Beautiful art and great shop

This small museum has 8 rooms explaining indigenous art, dance, and traditions. You will see lovely... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
SCParrish
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Santiago, Chile
via mobile
Learn about Indigenous Art

Wonderful place to learn about the different Indigenous groups of Bolivia and their Art. The... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
jeannie1304
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Heidelberg, Germany
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Pasaje Iturricha 314 | Zona La Recoleta, Sucre, Bolivia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This small museum has 8 rooms explaining indigenous art, dance, and traditions. You will see lovely examples of different types of weavings, with explanations of the patterns and origins. A tough activity for a toddler, which we knew going in, but still worth the visit....More

Thank SCParrish
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wonderful place to learn about the different Indigenous groups of Bolivia and their Art. The place is Divided in 9 different Topics. With a lot of explainations and Exhibition Pieces to looks at. Translations are available at the Entrance in a lot of languages... ES/En/Fr/De.....More

Thank jeannie1304
Reviewed 27 August 2017

I still regret not buying textiles from this museum, or just in Sucre in general. If you've traveled in South America for any lengths of time you know, all the tribes in this continent have some kind of traditional textile works. However, some are better...More

1  Thank kchae
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

This museum located in the upper part of the city displays various examples of the weaving works done by various indigenous peoples (jalq'a etc..). It can be visited in an hour or so and there are films on traditional dances. Very interesting.

Thank Petrus61
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Enjoyed seeing different tapestries made through the years, but would have enjoyed seeing the woman at the entrance actually weaving and not just sort of sitting in front of her unfinished product. There were some really beautiful individual pieces on display.

Thank fiftystatesevenconts
Reviewed 2 July 2017

the place is certainly worth a visit. the traditional art they show is very beautiful. but be aware that the provided information is not very dense and interesting.. Tipp: If you want to buy some art you better go to Inca Pallay (art shop) they...More

Thank Gregor M
Reviewed 12 May 2017

There is much involved here, and you should take time to absorb the subtleties. You don't need to be a fabric afficionado to accept the culture involved.

Thank Kukulcandve
Reviewed 20 April 2017

I enjoyed learning about the indigenous cultures of Bolivia at this museum. The exhibits are well presented. There is a lovely gift shop where you can buy crafts that will support the indigenous arts. This museum is worth a visit, if not only to support...More

Thank Beatrice C
Reviewed 22 February 2017

Not let the exterior fool you; from the outside, it looks like a small museum that can be covered in less than an hour. When paying your entrance fee, you can get a booklet in English to self-tour. Even after we paid our entrance, I...More

1  Thank BudaBaB
Reviewed 5 February 2017

A visit to Sucre would not be complete without a visit to the Recoleta, a high "mirador" overlooking the entire city and to ASUR, the Museum of Indigenous Art off the Recoleta square. The museum has a wonderful collection of textiles by the region's indigenous...More

1  Thank Susana T
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