The Museo Arqueológico Rafael Larco Herrera is supposedly the place to visit if you’re all into pre-Columbian art. In only one building, you’ll have the opportunity to experience 5 000 years of history. Now, does it hold true however or is it simply a poor attempt at being different? We wanted to find out and thus, decided to analyze the Museo Arqueológico Rafael Larco Herrera.
What did we find out?
The museum is highly graded in every way possible and there’s little to be changed. Visitors are happy with the provided information in “English” and rate it at a high 4,87 / 5 whilst 39% of all reviews mention their “garden”. It’s beautiful and an excellent place to dine. Their “pottery” is also highly-graded at a 4,7 / 5 though some visitors do believe they have too much pottery while some have issues with their erotic pottery.
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The Museo Arqueológico Rafael Larco Herrera do hold their name true and customers pretty much love everything about them. Their lowest grade is a high 4,7 / 5 which means, there’s little to be changed. Their pottery might be, however a tad overwhelming in terms of numbers and vulgarity.
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