It is approximately 7 hours from Lima and is located 5 km from the Paracas beach. This area has a warm climate all year round.
It was built in 1965. Its creator was the French anthropologist Frederic Engel. Inside you can see the evolutionary process of the Paracas culture. The items on display belong to the 10 years of research conducted on the region in the pre Paracas ceramics.
Displays on display a tomb shaped cavern that has been made recreating a home based Huarango rods and pitchforks. Besides human remains gatherers and fishermen with a length of 6,500 BC.
The museum also shows pieces of ceramics and textiles depicting the daily life of that time.
Monday to Sunday: 9:00 to 13 hours