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Museo de Textiles Andinos Bolivianos

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The Museum exhibits a broad variety of textiles and clothing from the Bolivian Andes, which allow visitors to appreciate the richness and experience the magic of understanding a weaving by reading in its colors and figures the stories and myths of...more
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Plaza Benito Juarez # 488, entre Guatemala y Cuba, La Paz 10229, Bolivia
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Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

We went twice!!! It is located in a neighboring suburb, the labor of love of a couple who love and understand the richness of the Bolivian textile tradition. The museum is small, but the contents are spectacular. If you are at all interested in learning...More

2  Thank sarahalice1953
Reviewed 8 April 2018

This was one of the nicest small textile museums we have visited anywhere in Latin America. It consists of a private collection turned into a pubic museum and housed in the former residence of the original collector. It is mostly arranged by local and regional...More

2  Thank PANC J
Reviewed 16 March 2018

If you are interested in textiles this place is a no brainer but even if you are not this museum for me represents something really fundamental about Bolivia as a whole. As you perhaps know (or not) there are a lot of different ethnic gruops...More

3  Thank AWOL1134
Reviewed 7 March 2018

This is a small, out of the way museum that really shines; it set out to document the various styles of weaving and clothing from different parts of Bolivia and does an amazing job of showcasing them. Sadly, the founder has passed away but his...More

3  Thank lisalou1963
Reviewed 14 March 2017

This museum was a gem in the city, tucked away on a private street. I had a hard time finding the museum. But with the help of another person and a map, I found it for the afternoon open session from 3pm to 6pm. The...More

4  Thank kays1600
Reviewed 5 February 2017

A lovely, private small museum that provides an overview of the Andean cultures through the textiles created by the various indigenous communities. Although it's not in the historic center, requiring a taxi ride, going there provides the opportunity to see more of La Paz and...More

1  Thank Susana T
Reviewed 3 October 2016

This is a very humble museum off the beaten path. However, it provides a nice orientation to textile arts in Bolivia. You will see how these arts differ from one area to another. If you have interest in textile arts, you'll find the effort worthwhile.

1  Thank Robert C
Reviewed 18 May 2016 via mobile

I so enjoyed this museum, very very informative. truly helped me appreciate my time in Bolivia and understand more of what was around me. Bolivia truly has a treasure here! textiles are Bolivia! If you're fortunate enough to make it to La Paz, please check...More

1  Thank Sueboo55
Reviewed 3 December 2015

Ive been to countless archeological museums in South America, including several textile museums. What sets this one apart is the emphasis on preserving the iconography and culture of ancient weavers. I appreciated each exhibit, usually dedicated to one or a few cultures, emphasizing what the...More

1  Thank MARiner22
Reviewed 6 September 2015 via mobile

If you're interested in traditional textiles this is a good museum with a nice display of weaving a from different regions. The little shop has some nice souvenirs and beautiful scarfs etc. the museum is set in Anniek old house surrounded by a lovely garden.We...More

1  Thank Anniektravels
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