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The preInca cultures here were highly developed and this museum contains the amazing artifacts from the tomb of the Moche lord of Sipan. The museum is dimly lit to enhance the displays. Take your time and enjoy this.
This modern Museum hosts the invaluable artifacts found in Huaca Rajada's Moche culture intact burials, mainly those of the Lord of Sipan and the Old Lord as well as the warrior priest.
The artifacts and textiles are magnificent works of art and are presented in...More
This museum opened in 2013 is certainly well worth a visit. About 90% is in Spanish so a good guide is essential. All of the artifacts are the originals and because there is a very large collection of gold, silver and other priceless items, the...More
The photographs of the actual burial sites as they were opened and the juxtaposition of the actual artifacts found at each site is mind-blowing. Here is a case where the grave robbers had not gotten to the graves before they were discovered. It's worth a...More
I have recently visited this museum. I was quite disappointed as most of the things has been written in Spanish. No available english translation. You can't really appreciate and learn about this culture, unless you are fluent in Spanish. I have asked to use my...More
This museum is a Top Ten in the world! The reason are the pieces of gold and silver that are displayed in their rooms.
The Lord of Sipan, The Old Lord of Sipan and the Great Priest are in the museum. Their bodies and their...More
Fabulous exhibits, cleverly laid out to take the visitor down and down, each level revealing even more treasures. Good lighting allowing you to see the smallest details, no cameras or phones (hurray!). Could have spent all day there and definitely one to 'see before you...More
Truly remarkable! such a pleasure to visit a museum without anyone trying to take photos or selfies! [you leave all bags etc in a safe deposit before entry]. The layout, taking you through the excavation, with a replica tomb at the base is a wonderful...More
From Chiclayo it’s only a few minutes drive away, maybe half an hour. Lambayeque is like a suburb of Chiclayo. The hotel will certainly be able to call you a taxi, so getting there and back shouldn’t be a problem.