Huaca Pucllana: Administrative Ceremonial Center of the Lima Culture, built in a pyramidal shape with adobitos. It is located on Calle General Borgoño block 8 s/n (block height 4 Avenida Angamos Oeste or block height 45 Av. Arequipa).
This culture developed between 200 and 700 AC in the geographical setting comprised by the valleys of Chancay, Chillón and Lurín.
Amano Pre-Columbian Textile Museum: it has a select sample of pre-Columbian textiles exhibited chronologically. The textiles of the Chavín, Paracas, Nasca, Huari and Chimú cultures stand out. Textile materials and tools used by ancient Peruvians are also exhibited; and an entire room dedicated to the techniques developed by the skilled textile workers of the Chancay culture.
Miraflores has boardwalks and natural viewpoints to appreciate the vast Pacific Ocean and beautiful sunsets. Likewise, this district of Lima stands out for its green areas, among which the Parque del Amor stands out, inaugurated on February 14, 1993. In the central part you can see the sculpture El Beso, by the Peruvian sculptor Víctor Delfín. The park shows colorful walls made with mosaics of different sizes, where you can read poems and phrases alluding to love.
Adventure sports: its welcoming waves are special for surfing. While its beautiful cliffs become the perfect setting for paragliding.
Reduced admission*: S/7.50 Children from 5 to 12 years old Higher education students Teachers Persons with disabilities Children under 5 years old enter free. *To benefit from the reduced rate, visitors must present a document that proves their status. The reduced ticket applies only to accredited people, it does not extend to their companions.