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All reviews precious stones mining history private tour great museum french guide gift shop at the end slide show tour takes about an hour tour starts guided visit interesting visit nice tour interesting place worth a visit main plaza silver jewelry
Went to this museum in the morning around 9:30. The English tours are available but you might have to wait. We just took the Spanish speaking tour and understood most of it. Signs in the museum are in English. You cannot freely walk, you must...More
The visit of this museum was not planned, but we were very happy at the end. The guide is very interesting and professional and the different steps very well organised. I recommend this museum in Sucre !
Museo del tesoro is located in one of the Sucre main square side , on the first floor .
This lovely house completely refurbished in 2006 host an amazing museum formed by 4/5 rooms.
My experience start with a few minute waiting in a lovely...More
This museum is well worth a visit and is full of interesting gems. They also sell 'Bolivianite' or amatrine as it is known scientifically in the shop at reasonable prices. It does close for a long lunch though so make sure to check opening times.
A friend and I visited Museo Del Tesoro (the Treasure Museum) and loved it.
The tour (which is mandatory) is around 20 BOL and takes 45 mins. You’ll go through some history of the museum itself and then a walk through a mining room, silver...More
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In the museum you can see genuine and unique Bolivian gems; You can learn about the different techniques used in gold, silver and precious stones from extraction to finished jewelry made. The museum also shows the social... More
In the museum you can see genuine and unique Bolivian gems; You can learn about the different techniques used in gold, silver and precious stones from extraction to finished jewelry made. The museum also shows the social reality of the production of wealth in the country.