The National Museum was a local day tour of Lima and although the timing was tight and a bit of a walk around, it gave a preliminary insight into Peru as a historic country
Open Tuesday to Saturday, free of charge. Entry needs to be stored. Different exhibitions are held at different times. When we go, the exhibitions are on the 2nd, 3rd and 6th floors. Photography of the Peruvian landscape, prehistoric introduction of the Inca people, migration routes of the Inca people, exhibition of marine fossils, exhibition of unearthed cultural relics, etc. There is also a photographic exhibition, which reflects the period between the 1980s and 2000s organized by the Luminous Path of Peru. The exhibition is not very high-grade, but it is good in a country like Peru.
The National Museum of Peru has a large environment. You can see a lot of necessary items in the museum. It is also the best place to introduce the history of Peru. You can visit a lot of art here.
[View] The whole view is not bad
[Interest] Very interesting
The museum does not have a long history but it is worth it to see the history of Peru's historical civilization, human culture, and agricultural development
Local cultural museum, many folklore history display.