If you are in the historical center, you should visit this old colonial house. The house is as old as Lima. When conquistador Francisco Pizarro founded the capital city on Jan. 18, 1535, he gave a plot of land adjacent to the Government Palace to his ally Jerónimo de Aliaga. The house is now a private museum that is run by the eighteenth generation of the Aliaga family.
The Aliaga house is located near the side of the palace and on the outside one can find a luxurious wooden door in the middle of different galleries of clothing stores and food products. There is a wide range of peruvian arts and textile displayed in the house reflecting decor and styles from centuries ago. Private tour guide is needed to be able to book a reservation. Please consult us to help you on this.
Tours of the house can be organized with 24-hour notice and cost s/30.00 per person for entrance fee. A guide is needed and the cost is additional. It is located at Jr. de la Unión 224, Lima, Peru