With the Spanish immigrants, the Catholic Church came to Peru. And with the Catholic Church the Inquisition. The exhibition in the museum offers an overview of the halls and the organization of the Inquisition.
For example, visitors will learn interesting facts about the conditions of detention of prisoners. Whereas in the public cells, the food was quite good and the visits were allowed, the prisoners of the secret cells had to conform to a lower standard. Of course, it was the seriousness of the crime that determined the Inquisition, which, as you know, was not always fair. There is also a secret chamber that contains all the important documents, an interrogation room and a process room. The highlight of the set is the torture chamber with its various instruments. In all the rooms, the processes of the Inquisition are shown in scenes reconstructed at full size. Visitors can get a good picture of what it was centuries ago in this building.