Huaca Pucllana in Miraflores are dedicated to these cultures. Until March 11 2012 Casa O'Higgins in Jiron de la Unión has a temporary exhibition on the Lima Culture called Lima Milenaria (can be included in walk 1 and 2).
The Museo Larco and the Museo Nacional de Arquelogía, Antropologia e Historia, both in Pueblo Libre (and can be included in walk 5), give a good overview of the artistic development of the country before the arrival of the Spanish. Museo Amano in Miraflores has an excellent collection of textiles.
Museo Pedro de Osma (can be included in walk 9) has a beautiful collection in the former summer residence of the aristrocratic de Osma family, as does the convent of the Descalzos (walk 4).
San Isidro (walk 7) and Barranco (walk 9) are the most artistic districts of Lima. Public sculpture has the highest quality in San Isidro, with a work of painter-sculptor Fernando de Szyszlo (1925) in front of the Country Club Hotel. The house museum of Bolivian sculptor Maria Núñez del Prado in the former olive grove of the Counts of San Isidro is at the moment closed for renovation. In Barranco the house-workshop of painter-sculptor Victor Delfín (1924) is included in the walk.
Galleries and museums
The MALI, Museo de Arte de Lima is the most important contemporary art museum. At the moment there are only temporary exhibitions, the second floor with the permanent collection is closed for renovation.
Most important art galleries are in San Isidro (Vertice) and Barranco (Julia de la Puente, Frances Wu, 80m2). Every third Sunday of the month from April until December the art galleries of Barranco are open from 11 am till 5 pm.