The exhibition called "The Incas" will be open to public until late August and will allow people to learn about the influence of Inca culture on the region, the museum director, Felix Palacios said.
Among the archaeological pieces to be exhibited at the museum is a mummy of 5 or 6 year-old girl found in Pichu Pichu.
"This is the first time that a mummy of Pichu Pichu, as we call her, will go on display and we hope that people visit the museum that has a collection of over 30 000 artifacts, but we cannot exhibit all of them at the same time," he noted.
At the museum people will be able to see keros (ceremonial glasses), aribalos, gold and bronze textiles, among others.
On the occasion of the International Museum Day, the admission to the museum will be free on Friday.