Navy Museum – House of Miguel Grau
172 Huancavelica St.
Old time furniture, Huascar copies, family pictures and many other articles related to his life are displayed here.
The purpose of the house is to honor permanently the memory of the grand admiral Miguel Grau. This museum was recreated with furniture of that epoch. Currently, it is considered to be national monument and it is run by the historian Isabel Ramos Seminario and it is under the management of Peru´s Navy through the first command of the first naval zone. The existing relics are: Grau’s service record, a copy of Huascar when it had two masts, Grau Cabecero’s family pictures, a copy of the sword donated by the Peruvian ladies from Europe, epoch furniture such as crystal lamps, consoles, chairs, tables, four murals with the letter from Grau to the Prat’s widow and its answer, copy of an epaulet, copy of a deputy seat where the hero sat, a gold coin with Grau’s effigy of 5 cm diameter, relics and documents of other heroes that fought in Angamos and a list of combatants from Huascar.
From Monday to Friday (8:00 to 13:00 and 15:30 to 18:00)
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