Our passengers can have the opportunity to choose to visit two (02) of the most important museums in Lima:
Archaeological, Anthropological and Peruvian History National Museum, and the House of Simon Bolivar
The oldest State museum, having an important and extended collection of Peru`s national patrimony, that is exhibited chronologically in different show halls, since the first inhabitants until the Republican time.
Rafael Larco Herrera Archaeological Museum
Located in a vice-royal mansion of the XVIII century, surrounded with beautiful gardens, and built over a VII century pre-Columbian pyramid.
Features an excellent collection of gold and silver from Ancient Peru, and the famous erotic archaeological collection, also the visitors can enter the storage area with its 45.000 classified archaeological objects.
Pedro de Osma Museum
The most important private collection of Colonial art that is exhibited in a beautiful house of 1906, surrounded by gardens with marble sculptures and spaces marked with palms and geraniums, with its art nouveau style stained glass, metal ceilings, wrought plaster, and crystal chandeliers than are shown in more than ten halls, having also a private collection of gold and silver.
*Archaeological, Anthropological and Peruvian History National Museum, and the House of Simon Bolivar is not open to the public on Mondays.
* If passengers want to replace one of the Museums with the Peruvian Gold Museum, please contact our offices.