We ended up at the Pajcha museum because we had an hour or so before heading to the airport... We felt very sorry we did not have more time! You get there and find what looks like a private house - and a sing "Museum Open - Ring the bell". Unusual. But this private museum is unusual in several wonderful... 更多
This very small museum has a very interesting selection of indigenous art and cultural artifacts on display. Ring the bell and somebody will let you in and give you a quick start. You can then enjoy the exhibition on your own pace.
I rang the bell and waited when a man answered and asked me to wait a moment before opening the door for me to enter the museum that looks like a house. Inside the dimly lit museum, the curator welcomed me, asked me about myself and my travels and gave me a tour of the museum. The pieces on display... 更多
Learn about the different periods of Latin American history from THE most enthusiastic curator I have ever met. A lovely and not overwhelming collection of pieces, presented in an informative way. This museum will take you on a journey "from the past, to the present" and you will never forget your experience here!
You ring a doorbell and then a very passionate and enthusiastic guide helps lead you through the collection of artifacts/textiles. Very interesting collection with some relevant information in English which was helpful and the guide always on hand to answer any questions. Very much worth a visit if you have about ~1 hour.
This is a small museum packed with a remarkable and beautiful collection of indigenous art, both archaeological and more recent, from all over the South American continent. It is very worthwhile seeing. The staff is very helpful.
Character from The League of Gentlemen shows you around, but there's some interesting stuff here and it's a mere 50p to get in.
Rather than spoil anyone's visit just wait until you visit this amazing private museum and talk with the highly informed curator. Although this small museum is not in the mainstream of Salta do make an effort to get there. It is well worth the trip.
A unique place in every way - brought together very well a number of trips to SA and the Inca culture. The guide was just so enthusiastic and knowledgable, just bursting with enthusiasm. His English super, but his understanding of where you came from and relating to the displays just first class. Was really enjoyable and I learned a lot.... 更多