The archaeological site where the Museo de Sitio Colon 10 is located was discovered in 2004, when land mechanic studies were carried out for the construction of a new building. Thanks to a salvage excavation, the existence of a series of artificially mummified bodies was found, a context that was related to the Chinchorro culture. Address: Colón 10, Arica, Región de Arica y Parinacota, Chile. Phone: +56 58 220 5041

The San Miguel de Azapa Archaeological Museum is a museum located 500 meters from the homonymous town , in the district of Arica , which is part of the region of Arica and Parinacota , in northern Chile . Founded in 1967, it belongs to the University of Tarapacá and is known for hosting the mummies of the Chinchorro culture , the oldest in the world. Address: Camino Azapa, Arica, Región de Arica y Parinacota, Chile. Phone: +56 58 202 6403

The Chinchorro mummies are found in the Tarapacá region of Chile, in the San Miguel de Azapa Archaeological Museum, a unit that is in charge of the University of Tarapacá. Address: Camino Azapa km. 12, Arica, Chile Phone +56 58 220 5555

Museum of History and weapons, situated on a high hill (130 meters) Morro de Arica, Chile’s Arica, will be of interest to all lovers of history. It occupies the premises of a former fortress, which was the first defensive works of the Spaniards in the city. Image Map