Set in one of Lima´s more charming neighborhoods, next door to a pisco distillery and eatery, is the National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology, and Peruvian History. There is no better place to become thoroughly acquainted with Peruvian culture and history, as this museum houses, without a doubt, the largest and most complete collection of information and artifacts from every culture and era that has existed in Peru.
Delve deeper into colonial history with a visit to the residence of the Viceroys Pezuela and La Serna, and the Liberators José de San Martín and Simón Bolívar. Here you will find a collection of paintings, objects, documents, and relics corresponding to the Viceroyalty, Emancipation, Independence, and Republican Eras, all exhibited for your enjoyment.
Allow approximately three hours for the entire experience.