Museum firstly had friendly staff that were nice and helpful. Upon entering the museum, there is a suggested route to follow.
It was pretty empty when I visited (at 1.30pm - they don't close for siesta), but note that it is a 20 Soles entrance fee, which is, in my opinion, pretty steep.
I found myself a little disappointed with the presentation as it didn't delve more into the history behind the items.
The pieces were undeniably beautiful and if you don't mind paying, it makes for a nice place to spend about an hour or slightly more time.
The museum stores (they have 3) specialise in different things and are nice to check out too.
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