The Larco Museum was founded in 1926 and is located in the Pueblo Libre District, it exhibits galleries that show the 3000 years of development of the history of pre-Columbian Peru. It is located inside a viceroy farmhouse dating from the eighteenth century, which was built on a pre-Columbian pyramid of the seventh century.
We will begin our tour with the pick-up at the hotels by our guide and transport to the district of free town Our guide will tell the stories and customs of the ancient Lima, as well as the current characteristics of the district of Pueblo Libre and Lima in general Upon arrival To the museum We will visit all the galleries:
Gold and Silver Gallery
It includes a collection of crowns, earmuffs, nose rings, jewelry, masks and glasses, finely worked in gold and decorated with semiprecious stones. The ancient cultures of Peru represented their daily life in ceramics.
The Cultures Gallery
It shows 10,000 years of history of pre-Columbian Peru. This chronologically arranged gallery offers visitors a comprehensive view of the cultures that existed in pre-Columbian Peru through the artifacts that survived the conquest of Peru in the 16th century. The gallery is divided into four areas: North Coast, Central Coast, South Coast and Andes. The showcases have been ordered according to the cultural sequence.
Gallery of Erotic Huacos
It shows the selection of ceramics found by Rafael Larco Hoyle in the 1960s, as a result of his research on sexual representations in pre-Columbian art in Peru.
Lithic - Vault - Ceramics - Metals - Textiles - Deposit
- Pick up from Lima surroundings, San Isidro and Miraflores.
- Guided visit to the Larco Museum.
- Entrance to the Larco Museum.
Not allowed for children under 3 years.