Museo de Arte Popular
Winning entries in Cuzco’s annual Popular Art Competition are displayed in this engaging museum. This is where the artisans and artists...
Museo de Historia Natural
The university-run natural history museum houses a somewhat motley collection of stuffed local animals and birds and over 150 snakes...
Templo y Convento de La Merced
Cuzco’s third most important colonial church, La Merced was destroyed in the 1650 earthquake, but was quickly rebuilt. To the left of...
A local favorite for abundant cheap eats, this rotisserie restaurant features a worthwhile salad bar (try the black olive sauce). Most...
Galería Banco la Nacion, Calle Almagro s/n · interesting places nearby
Museo Quijote information
In a new location housed inside a bank, this privately owned museum of contemporary art houses a diverse, thoughtful collection of painting and sculpture ranging from the folksy to the macabre. There’s good interpretive information about 20th-century Peruvian art history, some of it translated into English.