This fine archaeological museum displays a superb collection of pre-Columbian ceramics from several different cultures and eras. Some pieces – particularly the black Aguada ceramics with their incised, stylized animal decoration – are of truly remarkable quality. Also present are a couple of mummies found at 5000m, a spooky shrunken head from the Amazon, and trays used to snort lines of ground tobacco. There’s also a colonial and religious section. Closed weekends in January.