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What will you do?
We will visit the Museum of Andean Folk Art to explore its private collection of traditional folk art and ethnographic art composed of a curated selection of artistic works with great social content and exceptional aesthetics. We will learn where each piece fits within the long sweep of history. After the exhibition, we will taste natural wines from the region and an Andean slab, where you will taste the greatest riches of our gastronomy: alpaca charqui, high altitude cheeses, seasonal fruits, native potatoes and moraya.
Tuesday to Sunday
5:00pm - 7:00pm
6:00pm - 8:00pm
How to get there
From the Main Square of Ollantaytambo take the Calle Horno” (direction to the old part of town). Four blocks later you will find the cross street “Sipas K’ikllu” or also called “Calle de la Moza”. Here you will see the wooden sign with the inscription: A L Q A – MUSEO DE ARTE POPULAR ANDINO.
*Please note that Google Maps records do not show the original name of the transversal “Sipas K’ikllu”/”Calle de la Moza”, but rather calls it Calle 5.”
What is included in the price
Entrance + guided tour + tasting of three natural Peruvian wines + andean laja. Taxes
Does not include:
Souvenirs or transportation.
Language in which the experience is offered
Things to consider
We recommend attending the exhibition without backpacks or large bags to avoid damaging any work or object. It is recommended to wear warm clothes between 5:00pm and 8:00pm.
Learn about hosts Johana and Antonio
Hi, we are Joahana, a Peruvian designer, and Antonio, an Italian photographer. We would love to invite you to learn more about Andean art and popular culture in our house museum in Ollantaytambo.
Up to 48 hours prior