Today we will write about the Best Museums in Lima Peru; The intention is to commemorate the date of the Foundation of the City of Lima and it seems to us that a good way to celebrate this day is by making known the list of Museums that expose the history of the Capital and the Country in general.
We have chosen a total of 05 Museums, which we believe can mark a special cultural experience for those who will visit them. Obviously we know that there are many more museums in Lima, which are very unique and special, but our intention is that you use the Tourist Map and can be guided by virtually each of the museums and then visit them. Without further ado we leave you the list of museums in Lima:
Este ha sido clasificado por ser el mayor museo que conserva el Arte del Perú, está en funcionamiento en una edificación algo particular de cinco pisos, dónde además laboral el Ministerio de la Cultura de la Nación. Este Museo en particular expone objetos relacionadas con la Cultura Nazca. Si te gustaría hacer el Tour a las Líneas de Nazca puedes ir a nuestra página principal y elegir cualquiera de nuestros Sobrevuelos y reservarlo al Mejor precio.
La entrada al Museo de la Nación es Libre y su horario es de Martes a Domingo de 09 a 05 PM. Su ubicación es en la Av. Javier Prado Este 2465, San Borja, Lima, Perú.
This has been classified for being the largest museum that preserves the Art of Peru, it is in operation in a somewhat particular five-story building, where the Ministry of Culture of the Nation also works. This particular museum exhibits objects related to the Nazca culture. If you would like to do the Tour to the Nazca Lines you can go to our main page and choose any of our Overflights and book it at the best price.
The entrance to the Museum of the Nation is Free and its hours are from Tuesday to Sunday from 09 to 05 PM. Its location is at Av. Javier Prado Este 2465, San Borja, Lima, Peru.
Gold Museum of Peru | Museo de Oro del Perú
The Gold Museum exhibits in its facilities the largest and most important demonstrations of human art and at the same time the advances in technology that were made thanks to the Peruvian man of the early days. Most of the pieces exhibited in this Museum are made of gold, but there are also silver and copper, as well as ceramics, textiles and wood from the cultures of the north of the country.
The cost of admission to the Gold Museum of Peru is 33 Soles per adult and the hours are Monday through Sunday from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm. It is located at 1100 Alonso de Molina. Monterrico, Surco, Lima, Peru.
National Museum of Archeology
The National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History of Peru, was founded in 1822, making it the oldest Museum in Peru; In their collection they expose some of the most important fragments of the historical culture of the Peruvian civilization. It is one of the museums with the most exhibits, there are more than 300,000 objects that make it the most important Museum in Peru.
The opening hours of the National Museum of Archeology are from Monday to Sunday from 08:45 AM to 5 PM, the entrance fee is 10 Soles per adult. This museum is located in the Plaza Bolivar of Pueblo Libre, Lima, Peru.
Lima Museum of Art | Museo de Arte de Lima
This museum is one of the most important in Peru, as it is one of the pioneering constructions in all of South America, due to the use of the iron construction technique for its realization. The exhibition area of this museum is 4,500 m² in total, including continuous exhibition rooms and temporary exhibition rooms for events. It is a Museum that in addition to exposing the art of Peru through its history, it also has an artistic construction.
The opening days of the Lima Art Museum are from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 AM to 07 PM and the entrance fee is 15 Soles per National adult and 30 Soles per Foreign adult. Its location is in the Exposition Park, Paseo Colon 125, Cercado de Lima, Peru.
Lima Metropolitan Museum | Museo Metropolitano de Lima
This museum offers a different experience, in the sense of what has been common in museum visits. They clearly propose a journey through the pre-Hispanic, viceregal and republican history of the city of Lima; But it is not only a video tour, but they do it in audiovisual projections in 2D, 3D and 4D. It is certainly different and it will be worth visiting.
The Lima Metropolitan Museum opens from Tuesday to Sunday between 10 AM and 06 PM and the value of its general admission is 8 Soles. The location of this museum is on Av. 28 de Julio with Av. Garcilaso de la Vega, Exposition Park, Lima, Peru.
List of Free or Free Lima Museums
- National Museum of Peruvian Culture
- Peruvian Gastronomy House
- Museum of Italian Art
- House Museum “José Carlos Mariátegui”
- Huaca Pucllana Site Museum
- Tour of the Museums of Lima