Museo Pedro de Osma
Pedro de Osma 421, Barranco 15063, Perú
Photo courtesy of Pedro de Osma Museum
Pedro de Osma Museum Collector Pedro de Osma Gildemeister founded this museum after a lifetime of acquiring colonial paintings, statuary, and decorative arts. He later started exhibiting the artworks at his circa-1906 summer home, which is now the museum. Highlights include dazzling religious pieces meant to evangelize indigenous populations in the early period following the Spanish conquest. At the ticket counter, upgrade to the ticket level that includes admission at the nearby Mario Testino and Contemporary Art museums.