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Step back into South America's pre-colonial history at Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, which celebrates the continent's indigenous cultures and covers a period of about three millennia. See tapestries, ceramics, precious metals, and powerful religious icons, and consider picking up an audio guide, available in several languages, to enhance your experience. After your tour, grab a coffee and relax at the museum's excellent courtyard cafe. PutMuseo Chileno de Arte Precolombino into our Santiago trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Tours to Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino
$8 BOOK WITH VIATOR Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino Admission Ticket Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino Admission Ticket
Duration: 2 hours
$215 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Fullday Museum Tour and lunch Private Fullday Museum Tour and lunch
Duration: 8 hours
$126 BOOK WITH VIATOR Gastronomic and Patrimonial Tour Gastronomic and Patrimonial Tour
Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino reviews
This was a very interesting museum, complete with ancient artifacts and essential details of pre-Columbian history. Unfortunately the Museum informed us that the second floor (which houses most of...
This was a very interesting museum, complete with ancient artifacts and essential details of pre-Columbian history. Unfortunately the Museum informed us that the second floor (which houses most of... more »
Even though the second floor was closed for renovation this museum was still worth the cost of admission. It enriched my understanding. All information was duplicated in english.
Even though the second floor was closed for renovation this museum was still worth the cost of admission. It enriched my understanding. All information was duplicated in english. more »
Absolutely phenomenal museum if you’re interested in the history of some fascinating peoples. The museum presented the pieces in a brilliant taxonomy that helped to appreciate the sophistication and advancement of the peoples. The second floor remains closed at May 12, 2022, which is one-third of the museum
The misc artifacts being exposed are truly marvellous and breathtaking. But they are few and the museum exhibition does not provide a clear context. Its a small exhibition. The final feeling is that you are just taking a peak to a "history" that has been forgotten, willingly or not (the "" because, i guess, there is no written documentation to it)
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