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The people and thier craft is something to behold and only helps you appreciate all the more the amazing hand crafted work they have for sale.
This was a nice way to spend an hour. The displays are interesting and educational. I did not buy any of the goods; I was looking for other types of textiles. The women weaving did not acknowledge us at all when we came back to see their trades; a bit disappointing...
Don't miss this opportunity to purchase the most exquisite textiles crafted by expert artisans. You can even watch the weavers at work! I purchased several items including scarves, hats, and a runner for my dining room table.
This museum is not very advertised among tourists but is very worth the visit. The entrance is free, there is the store with the always ongoing production, waving ladies, and the display of images, artifacts, tools and history overview. The hand made bag my husband bought be is beautiful, and you do not find this quality in the markets around... 更多
We visited the CTTC in Cusco. It's conveniently located to the main historic district. The museum portion is free and small. For me this was doubly good as it was just the right amount of information on traditional textiles in Peru. They have some of the weavers in the store creating which is really cool. They have a lot of... 更多
The goods at the Center (including bags, rugs, shawls, ponchos, tablecloths) are of excellent quality and design. While they are more expensive than what you can find at the outdoor markets in Cusco and Aguas Calientes, the quality totally justifies the price difference. They also have a weaving museum that is very interesting and educational. Often, there are Peruvian ladies... 更多
We enjoyed watching women talking and weaving very intricate designs and were happy to find a 40% off table! So nice to know that they were not imported from a Chinese factory.
Small museum, shop and demonstration of how the fabulous garments are made. When you see the effort involved you realise that the prices are quite justifiable. My wife was a textile technologist, so was in raptures, rest of our group also found the small museum exhibits very interesting and informative. definitely worth the visit. Very close to Qorikancha.
Most of the textiles are either 50/50 or 10/90 alpaca/sheep. They have a variety of blankets, shawls, pillow cases, bags, etc. All of the items come with a picture of the person that made the item. All items are legitimate and only use natural dyes do the colors are muted. I'm a fan of supporting cultural heritage and helping people... 更多
What a great little museum. I had an American give the tour. She was very knowledgable. I learned about natural dye sources, various weave patterns and beautiful items to buy from the source. I believe about 6 weavers at a time rotate through on a regular basis. They come in from the surrounding country. Prices are higher, but the quality... 更多