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Mineral/Geology Museums in Peru

PhotoMuseum NameLocationDetails
Museo “Mina Modelo”San Miguel The museum informs in a didactic way the mining activity in Peru and the processes related to it. The replica of a mine where people can interact as if they were in a real one. There you will see simulations of works, graphic accounts of mining history, tools, minerals, structure of the tunnels and many other things.

Cercado de Lima

Museo Andrés Del CastilloLima,
Cercado de Lima
The variety of crystallized minerals of the Andes.

Rímac Lima 25

Museo de Mineralogía y PaleontologíaLIma,
Rímac Lima 25
Museum of the School of Geological Engineering - FIGMM - National University of Engineering.

San Miguel Lima 32

Museo Geologico “George Petersen”Lima,
San Miguel Lima 32
Big fossil section. Emblematic metallic pieces of Peru: Peruvian gold, zinc, tin,. Non-metallic minerals, collection of precious stones that can be found in Peru.
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