An exhibit of 501 gold pieces called the "Great Treasure of Sillustani" has classified the intimate museum as one of the most important regional archaeological museums in southern Peru. The museum is named for famed Puno painter and antiques collector Carlos Dreyer Spohr. You can view the oil-on-canvas works by Dreyer and explore exhibits of pre-Hispanic and colonial art, weavings, silver, copper works, delicate Aymará pottery, pre-Inca stone sculptures, and historical
Spanish documents on the founding of Puno. Plan for about an hour here.
Conde de Lemos 289, Puno, Peru