Ica, a coastal city that was home to two very important Pre-Hispanic cultures, like the Nazca and Paracas, has museums with pieces worth unobjectionable in textiles, ceramics and above all, clear explanations about the Nazca lines. Another point of interest in Ica is your geoglyphs are also substantial portion of its museums.
Site Museum Julio C. Tello - Paracas
This museum houses anthropological remains and ceramics dating from the pre ceramics to the first phase of the Nazca culture, the museum now has a better presentation of the exhibition of the history and findings of Peruvian culture. The museum is named after the Peruvian archaeologist who discovered and made the first investigations of the Paracas culture in 1925 (Julio C. Tello).
Municipal Museum of Nasca
Located in the Plaza de Armas of Nazca, contains collection of ceramics, textiles and utensils belonging to the Nazca culture. It is one of the fundamental pillars of tourism offered by the Provincial Municipality of Nazca.