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Museo Quechua is a museum next door to the Famous Qorikancha temple that shows 3000 years of history and culture of the Quechua cultura, We are focused geographically on the Cusco Valley and its inhabitants that includes Inkas, pre-Inkas and present...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Calle Zetas 109 | Junto al Templo Santo Domingo, Cusco 00518, Peru
All reviews small museum free museum quechua language nice exhibition greater appreciation for sale local history interesting information worth a visit exhibits admission shop textiles purchase visita loom erika
It's a store masquerading as a museum, which seems to be a popular business tactic recently. Throw in a couple very small exhibits and some new chotskies made to look old and quickly transition into sweaters, scarves and gifts. That said, it was an ok...More
The sign at the entrance on plaza Santa Domingo says "free entrance 3000 anos de historia". What have you got to loose, so we went in. What a surprise!! This private museo is well lit,beautiful displays of agriculture,weaving, textiles, carvings, and more. As you walk...More
Quechua refers to the indigenous people of Peru and other South American countries and this charming museum showcases the life and history of the Quechua people and of Peru. We were guided through the museum by Erika. She was very friendly and pleasant and she...More
This was a great museum to visit- mostly because the staff were very well -informed and took the time to share valuable and interesting information about the history of Quechua, and also it's relevance in the present-day.
Un gran museo para visitar- los empleos era...More
Small, modern museum highlighting Andean history and culture. Wonderful, succinct exhibit. Erika was our guide - she knew her history and proudly and comprehensively explained the displays. The museum is not far from the main square. Highly recommend.
Very nice small museum (free) with good and brief explanation whenever you want. Rodrigo is very modest and kind to explain whatever you ask for. Museum is private and ends in a shop. Without forcing clients to buy. There's also a small cafeteria.