Located in a colonial house, Casa Risco, donated in 1995 by the Peruvian government to the National University of Trujillo. The museum is chronologically organized, from the first inhabitants (10 000 B.C.) until the arrival of the Spanish in 1532.
Jr. Junín 682 - Phone: 474850
Monday - Saturday: 9:00 - 17:00 hours.
Adults: S/. 5.00 Children: S/. 1.00
Collection of religious art, located in the Cathedral. Exhibits colonial paintings and sculpture. You can also visit the catacombs.
Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 13:00 and 16:00 - 19:00.
Saturday: 9:00 -13:00 hours.
Adults: S/. 4.00 Students: S/. 2.00 Children: S/. 1.00
Magnificent private collection of toys from all over the world and from pre-Columbian Peruvian period.
Jr. Independencia 713 - Phone: 044 - 208181
Monday - Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00 hours.
Adults: S/. 5.00 Children: S/. 2.00
ARTE MODERNO MUSEUM
Museum of paintings and scultures,belongs to the famous peruvian painter Gerardo Chávez. The museum has paintings of important peruvian and latinamerican artists such as: Macedonio de la Torre, José Tola, Emilio Rodriguez Larrain, Angel Chávez and of course Gerardo Chávez.
Carretera Industrial - Av. Villareal
Tuesday - Saturday: 9:00 - 17:00 hours.
Adults: S/. 10.00
Interesting taxidermic collection of Peruvian animals from coast, highlands and jungle. San Martín 368.
Private collection with an important exhibition of ceramique of Cupisnique, Salinar, Moche and Chimu civilizacions.
Nicolás de Pierola 607, Mansiche ( intersection of the Panamerican Highway and route to Huanchaco.
General cost: S/. 7.00
It is located in front to Huaca Cao. The museum is organized in six thematic halls and has also monitors LCD, that permit through videos and animations to explain the particulars details of each hall.Read more details
HUACAS DE MOCHE MUSEUM
It is located few meters from Huaca de La Luna. It was inaugurated on June 2010. Its architectural design rescues the constructive tradition of the Moche culture. Its interior is organized in three thematic halls. Also, each one of the display cases has legends with explanation in Spanish and English. Read more details
CHAN CHAN SITE MUSEUM
Located inside Chan Chan, on the left side of the road to Huanchaco. It exhibits diverse original objects found in Chan Chan among them: wooden idols, ceramic, metal objects, building supplies (sun dried mud bricks or adobes, ropes, beams). Read more details