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This museum isn't fancy, but it's fascinating. Coca is part of the Peruvian culture going back to the Incas, & has a long history. The displays & narrative do a great job of explaining it. They also have cautionary displays on addiction, & people in...More
Interesting, small museum tucked away on a small square, with plenty of exhibits and information. Happened to visit on a day with no entrance fee. Some of the areas in the museum could be tidied up and lick of paint would not go amiss in...More
Not to be confused with the ChocoMuseo (which we did--at first), el Museo de la Coca is all about the history of coca--not chocolate.
It's a small museum, located in San Blas, but there was plenty of information about coca as well as some good...More
This museum has free entry for a reason, it takes about ten minutes to walk through, the information given is interesting but often poorly translated and before you know it you're in a reasonably priced gift shop full of coca products that you may or...More