The National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru is the oldest state museum in Peru. Its importance lies in the vast and varied cultural heritages that house its showrooms and warehouses.
Ceramics, textiles, metals, organic and lithic materials related to human remains preserved with invaluable skills that surprise even the experts, make the legacy of its pre-Hispanic past.
Objects of historical, artistic and documentary, photographic and bibliographic realize the colonial and republican periods. They make this space a place of encounter with the history of Peru.
The National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru is the only country that has in its permanent ollection exhibition chronological sequence more complete, ranging from the first settlers to the Republican era, also having technology issues Hispanic samples.