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Loved this place! It was included in the 'boleto turistico' that we bought (also included the cathedral and other churches). The 12 angled stone is a part of this building, so easy to get there. It has a lot of interesting things, such as the...More
The Religious Art Museum really sparked my curiosity and interest. I was particularly interested in how Catholicism was adapted and adopted. I agree with previous reviews that the main issue with this museum is a lack of information and description both in Spanish and/or in...More
This museum has an amazing collection of the religious art. But the best part of the visit is the building that permits to see a great colonial house from that time. Highly recommend it. make sure you buy a so called a Religious Ticket that...More
Ok most of the art is Religious but it is very interesting and at a ticket price of 30 Soles this ticket also covers the main cathedral, the San Blas Church and the San Cristobal Church. Yes you get at no extra charge the electronic...More
My friend and I popped into the Museum of Religious Art, and we did not stay very long. I think I may be spoiled by the museums in NYC and DC, and I do not want to be too critical, but I do not think...More
The art is nice, but there are no plaques/descriptions of it at all. This makes the attraction much less attractive, and the museum is quite small to begin with. It costs 5 soles for students about 10 for others. The courtyard in the center is...More
I am not crazy about religious art and only visited this museum because half the group (the same half that drank chardonnay and margaritas) had deserted our indigenous guide and I felt for him. Loved the building....
Disappointing. Poor lighting, or none, in a couple of the rooms. There was no narrative written to accompany any of the paintings, and no pamphlets to guide us. Quite a few of the works appeared to need restoration. The only must-see for me was the...More
This museum cost about 15 Sol per person I believe and had a nice collection of religious art that was lovely displayed. There was a nice garden to take a break and there was no one else there. It was a great respite from the...More
If you are near the Plaza de Armas and have about 45 minutes to spare, take the block or two walk to the Museum of Religious Art. Free audio units are provided. The art that you will see reflects a fascinating blend of Christian and...More