Lima’s Art Museum. In the heart of the Exhibition Center, this building with eclectic architecture of Lima has been built in 1870 to celebrate the 50 years of the Peruvian independence. Masterpieces made of wrought iron imported from Eiffel house, the structure with Italian neo-renaissance style is surrounded by gardens and different sculptures where young couples come to parade and old people to read a book, protected from horns noises. The different exhibitions (temporary) present on the site conform a plan concerted with the National Institute of Culture, classical masterpieces from the Independence period to more modern things and current. It is recommended for amateurs of all plastic art.