Though calling this a museum might be a stretch, if you have 30 min. to kill or it’s raining out, it’s worth popping in. It’s really tiny, just a couple of small rooms with models and diagrams detailing the cultural role and science behind coca and coca leaves and how it’s been used by locals throughout history in the Andes (including its more polemical present). A store with coca products like coca candies, tea, and beer takes up most of the space.
Museo de la Coca
Calle Palacio 122
Our Rating Hours Free admission. Daily 9am–8pm Phone 084/501-020
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