This Museum created thanked to Mr. Carlos Dreyer, a German artist has eight rooms with diferent kinds of art. It's interesting to see all it has to show. S/ 5.00 for Peruvians and S/ 15.00 (less than USD 5.00) for foreigners. It0s forbidden to take pictures to most of the pieces of art.
When I visited there were some photographs of earlier times that I found interesting. Then there are ceramics and other artefacts displayed with Spanish signage in the other rooms. The mummies from Sillustani are particularly noteworthy. The museum is in an old house with courtyard. I liked being inside such a house because you see so many but don't often... 更多
Museum was ok if you have spare time. I did not find many museums within the city of Puno. We came across Dreyer museum when we had some extra time and wandered around the streets and main square. I likely would not have made this a specific destination.
The entry fees is reasonable. Lots of historical artifacts from the ancient time. The mummies displayed at the end is a little disappointing. But glad I visited, taught me a lot about the olden times of the area
Best part of this teeny tiny museum are the 3 mummies at the end. None of the signage was in English so we weren't sure what we were seeing half the time. There are 3 mummies at the end which were very interesting to see.
Our guide, Cindy, had mentioned that this museum had treasures from a local find so when we discovered we had more time than we needed downtown, we decided to pop in. The price was 15 soles and no pictures are allowed inside. The rooms are broken up by culture and seeing the treasures (second floor) was well worht the entrance... 更多
This museum focuses of the history of some guy you won't care about much, and also has some vaguely interesting historical items. However, it houses some really interesting (and gruesome if you're squeamish) heads and mummies found in funerary towers that are worth the price of admission on their own. Enter the front doors, pay your ticket fee, go back... 更多
Its a nice little museum super close to the plaza de armas. Each room in the museum showcases a different piece of history, from pre-incan petroglyphs, textiles, Spanish armor, etc. If nothing else, its worth it to go and see the three mummies.