Unlike many other South American museums, this building and exhibition are very modern, and a large number of glasses have been chosen to make it less historically dark. Porcelain, hunting goods, musical instruments, jewelry and other practical items of indigenous peoples in the original valley are well displayed here. In addition, the attached Monetary Museum also introduces the history of monetary reform in this country, which is related to the yearning for independence and freedom after all.
This is a very beautiful 17th century European architectural masterpiece, reflecting the glorious history of the great navigational era. This Museum has a unique position in Quito and is worth visiting.
This museum is the most beautiful museum I have ever seen in Gequito. It has a history of more than 300 years. It is a delicate and beautiful two-storey building. There are many scenes of Columbus's time in the museum, which are beautifully furnished, reflecting the elegant life of the British nobles, and there are trams downstairs, only a sense of retro nostalgia.
The Museum mainly displays the art and antiquity of Ecuador. There are shops in the museum. You can have some souvenirs. It's very beautiful.
The Museum of Pre-Columbus Former Residence is located in Quito's oldest building, in order to understand pre-Inca culture.
You need to buy tickets, four dollars a person. It turned out to be a colonial house.