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Out of all the museums and places of history we visited, the Museo del Tesoro was by far the best, understanding al the process of silver, gold and precious gems as well as their history and how they have influenc...
The museum was created by a passionate jeweler who during many decades of work discovered the hard and incredible journey of the silver, gold and precious stones that get into a piece of jewelry.
San Javier and Concepcion missions have museums, you visitor must see with your own eyes, there are many interesting pieces; it will be of worth to have a good smartphone handy to help with voice translation.
There is also a fine museum where the history of the project is displayed, the various skills employed are demonstrated, and samples of violins, insturments, original musical scores written by local inhabitants ar...
This outstanding historical and the most important monument to the founding fathers of this nation is a museum that houses historical artifacts that date back to the early 1800s.
Excellent museum with fascinating history.
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It is located in the most charming city in La Paz, a short walk from the main 4 museums to see in this city and well worth the trip
It is a short walk from the main 4 museums to see in this city and well worth the trip.
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One of the two best textile museums I visited in South America.
A most fascinating museum which provides much insight into indigenous weaving, art, culture and communities.
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I've been to a lot of museums during my months in Latinamerica - but this one has a few unique features.
What a terrific museum, beautiful exhibits, we especially loved the masks and the gigantic feathered hats of the famous dancers.
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Probably one of the best museums in Bolivia, explaining (and showing) the history of actually all the richness, coins and money circulating in the Spanish era for over 400 years, with huge tentacles to Europe and...
This was one of the more interesting museums we visited in our two week tour of Bolivia.
However, since the museum is free and they have lockers for your stuff, it's very with spending time here to learn about some fascinating cultural history and present day.
Excellent Museum and Free
Museo de Coca La Paz
one of the best museums in Bolivia
Such a fun museum, historical trivia, displays, curiosities - plus cafe with coca candy (good for altitude), cookies, cafe, art.
It is always good to visit cultural museums.
Loved this little museum on Calle Jaen, not just for its small collections of gold and silver, but they have a small room with amazing ceramics, some so unbelievably fine and delicate.
The museum has a wonderful collection of viceregal art, as well as some examples of pre-columbian artifacts and modern Bolivian art.
The National Museum of Art is the best example of historical exposition in Bolivia.
This was one of the nicest small textile museums we have visited anywhere in Latin America.
A lovely, private small museum that provides an overview of the Andean cultures through the textiles created by the various indigenous communities.
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free museum with awesome artifacts
This museum is a true gem.
There is no museum, no guides, no brochures...just the trains.
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You are allowed to take photos here unlike most of the museums in La Paz.
We have never seen anything like that, there was nobody else there, and we found the place to be a bit spooky, strange and extremely interesting.... There's also a minuscule museum at the entrance, describing the...
The tour takes in the surprisingly large grounds, the cloisters, the beautiful choir of the adjacent church and a very interesting museum.
Magnificent museum and view
The convent is still active, but it is shut off from the museum.
This museum is housed in a culturally rich neighborhood in La Paz, it is a great place to visit and a fantastic way to get immerse in a striking and somber part of Bolivian history.
Fantastic museum to help understand Bolivia 's recent social history
As an archaeologist and museum professional, archaeology museum are at the very top of my list of local attractions anywhere I go.
Really need to see this Museum in order to understand pre Columbian history in Bolivia
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