It was Don Manuel Santos of San Pedro who had his shield of arms carved on its cover. Later owners were Don Melchor Pacheco and his wife Dona Gertrudis Bustamante staying in the house owned by their heirs until the first half of the twentieth century. Part of the property is sold to the fire company in 1940, leaving the site of the house with 1.560 meters square. In 1948 by Howell Williams husbands who undertook restoration work and reinforcing structures completeness. The family heirs sold the house to the Industrial Bank of Peru and the disappearance of the mansion Industrial Bank remained closed for a few years, until in 1994 it was acquired by Bank of Southern Peru with the aim of maintaining a cultural and tourism purpose.
The current owner of the Casa del Moral is Banco Santander Central Hispano, through a dealer, keeps it open to the public.
It has colonial and republican furniture. The cover in ashlar is a work of art in which carefully carved figures are seen as a crown over a shield supported by two angels, in turn, the shield include a castle, a bird, a cougar and two crossed keys. Also inside you can appreciate works of art, including those of the Cusco School.
Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 17:00
Holidays: 9:00 to 13:00
Foreign and Domestic: S /. 5.00
Student: S /. 3.50.