Located in the historic center of Puno, near the Plaza de Armas, Conde de Lemos Jr. # 289.


It is known as the home of Don Carlos Dreyer, German citizen and great landscape painter who delighted with the natural wonders of this highland region, made of that property a place to reside, where shared and met the artists of the time.
Once deceased Mr. Carlos Dreyer, the Municipality of Puno bought the place for cultural purposes.


  • Inca Room:

    In this room are exhibited objects of the Moche, Nazca, Chimú ceramics Chancay culture, stone objects and stones of the Inca culture, objects of culture Tiahuanaco and Pucara.

  • Lithic Gallery:

    t presents pieces or stone sculptures. Stone monolith in which he the Center of Civilization Pucara culture is represented, with much dominance over Lake Titicaca. For this reason is represented by a "Suche" (lake fish) lake, as well as a priest who formed a social and religious cultural event in Pucara.

  • Regional Archaeological Hall:

    Stone sculpture exhibition of the culture of Pucara, Tiwanaku culture, as well as highlighting Curacazgos including Collas, the Lupazas and Pacajes. These villages were settled on both sides of Lake Titicaca and its territories were known as Umasuyo (east side) and Urcusuyo (western side).

  • Regional Archaeological Hall:

    Exhibition "Sillustani Treasury", composed around five hundred and one (501) Golden pieces This makes Carlos Dreyer museum is billed as the largest Regional Museum of Archaeology of Southern Peru. It also has a replica of the Lizard Chullpa.

  • Pinacoteca:

    Exhibition of oil on canvas paintings from the collection of Charles Dreyer, painters are guided by the current Indian.

  • Colonial:

    Silver objects are displayed as Tupos, pins, rings, and accessories used in the era.

  • Religious Art:

    Silver objects are exhibited Religious.

  • Dreyer Room:
  • Display objects Republican era between bronzes, ornaments, apparel, weapons of war, etc.


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