Visit us

Hours of Operation

Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
Closed: Good Friday, May 1, December 24 and 25, December 31 and January 1.


General adult: S/ 30

Students (card): S/. 15

Seniors (60+): S / 25

Peruvians and residents
General: S/ 20
Students (card) and seniors (60+): S / 10
First Sunday of the month: S / 5


As long as the state of health emergency is maintained, all visits must be made under prior reservation and in advance.

Email: [email protected]
WhatsApp: +51 926 985 340
Telephone: 467-0063 annexed 34

Guided visits

Included in the entrance fee, available in Spanish and English: 10:15 am, 11:15 am, 2:15 pm and 4:15 pm.

* By prior reservation, groups of maximum 4 people.

How to get to the museum


The Pedro de Osma Museum is located in the heart of the Barranco cultural district:
Av. Pedro de Osma 421, Barranco, Lima 15063 – Peru

The museum is located 15 minutes from Miraflores,
30 minutes from Downtown Lima and 60 minutes from the Airport.


The museum is located 4 blocks from the Barranco Municipal Park.
Find the best route to get there, HERE.


The bus stop is 1 block from the museum. The lines that arrive are 7103, 7501, 7606 and 8516.


The “Unión Stadium” station of the Metropolitano is located 4 blocks from the museum. Find the best route to get there,  HERE.

Guided visits

Get to know the collection of masterpieces of Peruvian viceregal art at the Pedro de Osma Museum in the company of our mediators trained in museum pedagogy.

Duration of route

45 min. aprox.


10:15 am, 11:15 am, 2:15 pm, 4:15 pm


Service and accessibility


All the Exhibition Halls have their texts available in 5 languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese, French and Japanese.

Audio guide

With the free download application you can perform
your own tour. Available on Play Store
and App Store in Spanish and English.


Free connection for our visitors,
available in the museum gardens.

Bicycle rack

Free access for visitors, located at the entrance of the museum.
It does not include insurance or padlock.

Parking lot

Free parking for visitors.
Located in Jr. Montero Rosas 182, the street next to the museum.


The Museum is accessible to all people with reduced mobility or with baby carriages.

Elevator available in the first and second pavilion.
Entry allowed with guide dog.
Free wheelchair loan.