The Religious Art Museum is located on the corner of Hatunrumiyoq Street and Herrajes street, a few meters from Plaza de Armas in Cusco.
It has a stone perimeter wall and inside it there is a large Renaissance patio with stone arches and tiles on the walls, and in the middle the “stately pool” is adorned, located in a preferential place. It is recognized because among its walls there is the "The Stone of 12 Angles”.
In addition to having one of the most emblematic stones of the city of Cusco, “The Stone of 12 Angles”, the Museum of Religious Art houses a collection of religious colonial paintings; you can also admire the Moorish-style doors, cedar ceilings carving and the spectacular stained glass.
Monday to Saturday: from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
National or foreign adults: S/. 15.00 National or foreign students: S/. 7.50.
Note: The entrance to the Museum of Religious Art of Cusco is included in the Integral Ticket of Religious Circuit, administered by the Archbishopric.