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The Archbishops Palace is located on the Plaza de Armas, adjacent to the Cathedral. Its baroque façade is a famous Lima landmark known for its stunning ornate wooden balconies. Evokes the wow factor! The current Palace opened in 1924 and is considered a prime example...More
When I visited the first time Center of Lima I thought to spare 30 soles for entry to Cathedral but this time I decided to visit it. Entry includes cathedral and Archbishops Palace. It was the best spent 30 soles during my trip. We ended...More
Right next to the Cathedral of Lima is where the Archbishop lived. Beautiful museum fully restored and kept up. Awesome to see how they lived. A must see !. When you buy the ticket for the Cathedral buy the ticket for this museum as well.
While they have a pretty sizeable art display here--the art all being exactly what you would expect in a Religious house--we came just to see what a colonial house/mansion would look like. From this perspective it was an interesting visit as the house is very...More
The Archbishop’s Palace is adjacent to the Plaza de Armas (Main Plaza) in Lima. The old Archbishop's Palace was built on the place the Limean cabildo had occupied from 1535 to 1548, when that institution moved to its current location across the square. View its...More
If you visit the Archbishop's Palace, it is also worth getting the ticket for the cathedral. There is a lot to see in the Palace along with the Cathedral, and it is very easy to spend an hour or more exploring and checking out all...More
Definitely worth visiting! Probably my favorite building in the square. Get the combo ticket to see the Cathedral with Pizarro's tomb and then come here. It's just very pretty and worth standing inside to see each room for yourself.