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Museum of Indigenous Art ASUR

Pasaje Iturricha 314 | Zona La Recoleta, Sucre, Bolivia
+591 4 6456651
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Really impressive artworks

I was very surprised by the unbelievable accurate very old and colorful works. I got the real... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2016
Anna G
Take Plenty of Time

This was one of the highlights of our visit to Sucre. We were given a brief introduction to the... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2016
julienne T
Tarija, Bolivia
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Pasaje Iturricha 314 | Zona La Recoleta, Sucre, Bolivia
+591 4 6456651
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Reviewed 22 September 2016

I was very surprised by the unbelievable accurate very old and colorful works. I got the real feeling that ancient people contacted with aliens haha.

Thank Anna G
Reviewed 31 August 2016

This was one of the highlights of our visit to Sucre. We were given a brief introduction to the museum and then you wander the exhibits with a book that explains each piece. This was an excellent way to get the most from the museum...More

Thank julienne T
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

We really enjoyed this smallish museum. The textiles are amazing. There is an attached shop where one can purchase various textile articles- fairly expensive but very well made. If you are more comfortable with English they will give you a booklet in English which explains...More

Thank udhailiyah
Reviewed 23 August 2016

The museum contains many traditional bolivian woven textiles from different regions in Bolivia, The staff are very helpful and gave us a private introduction talk to the exhibition and then gave us a complimentary coca tea. Quite an extensive collection, featuring dance costumes, music and...More

Thank Eva T
Reviewed 16 July 2016

I recommend this place to take a tour and learn about textiles as well as to purchase a textile. The giftshop is beautifully well done and there's a live demonstration of how the weaving is done. My daughter loved to watch it. The storekeeper is...More

Thank JosephMcGhee
Reviewed 12 July 2016

One of the rooms was filled with masks from local carnivals, beautiful and different. Free entry too, I went twice.

Thank Jack R
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

When we visited only 2 exhibits. One for display of masks in the Bolivians culture and dances. Quite impressive but some lights were missing so could not see all Other was on women who died fighting right human causes. Quite interesting too

Thank PierreAvo
Reviewed 30 June 2016

This is a fab way to spend a few hours. You get to see things made by different groups from the area.

Thank donajay2015
Reviewed 16 June 2016

This is a very nice little museum with some great examples of weaving from some of the surrounding areas. It's only 22 Bolivianos entry each and they have guide books in English for you to use whilst going around. If you're visiting La Recoleta for...More

Thank Alek C
Reviewed 28 May 2016

Wonderful place to visit with beautiful textiles. Here you can learn about the different types of textiles produced by the inhabitants of the region and their history. Nice small museum with a great shop filled with quality products to stock up on presents for those...More

Thank lami66
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