Have lunch here when you go to visit the PINACOTECA and the MUEU DA LÍNGUA PORTUGUESA. Light lunch, wine and deserts.
I specifically like the Brazilian Art and sculpture part of the museum. Was impressed to see beautiful paintings by Almeida Junior and the Moema sculpture by Rodolfo Bernardelli. The museum also has an audio guide that you can buy for R$ 4 in English... I would highly recommend using it for certain pieces...
The architecture is interesting - it is a nice old brick building with ample spaces, located in a public park. The art collection is not fantastic, but worth a visit. There are also temporary exhibits that may make your visit even more interesting, depending on what they are showing. It is easy to get there by Metro, there is a... More
Many years ago, a friend took me here. I was very taken with the bare brick walls inside the protected environment and with the 19C / early 20c regional paintings. Last year, I went back with my wife, and discovered the modern arts collection. Well worth visiting. It has has a good coffee room with an external area next to... More
This is a small museum (near to Sala São Paulo, and Julio Prestes Square) and memorial, you can see the "Memorial da Resistência" that creates the feeling (acually it was a prison) of a political prision where many students and revolutionary women and men were tortured and killed on millitary dictatorship times. There are two more floors that always have... More
While staying at a nearby hotel I decided to enjoy the museum. I was more impressed with the building than the art. Some parts of the collection were closed and I have to say that I visited on a day where everyone entered for free but, the art was not that spectacular.
This antique building was remodeled to become this nice museum. You can see some nice pieces of art. And it has a lovely restaurant downstairs.
This museum is a really nice option for a visit in São Paulo. The entrance is free and I especially enjoyed the last floor where you can find paintings from the 19th and 20th century by European painters so you get many perspectives on the Brazilian and South American lifestyle and nature. At the other two floors there are temporary... More
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