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I have mixed feelings about this museum. In one hand, I enjoyed their little colection and mostly, the architecture of the place. It had a magnificent set of stairs that didn't go anywhere. The view from behind the bulding made for pretty pictures too. But...More
The collection of about 15 paintings is in a old renovated warehouse with major paintings from volai a beautiful Portinari, a Tarsila an others. The wooden staircase is also of interest. The church housed a temporary exhibit..
note: the 'jam no mam' event does NOT run all year round (it ends at the end of May for winter)
I went to jam no mam every Saturday for two months this year at around 4pm to see the sunset and listen to live...More
If you are in Salvador on a Saturday night, Jam no MAM is the place to be!! It cost us R$8 each to get in and was definitely worth it. It is a mix of Jazz music and drum beats with a bit of singing...More
The main part of the museum is currently under construction and can not be visited. Just a small part is opened, but it's really worth a visit.
@MAM: until when the construction is going? A hint on the Google page would be helpful for tourists.
Located on All Saints Bay waterfront in the center of Salvador.
Great sunset views.
Most Saturday nights there is a jazz jam that begins at sunset and goes until about 9:00-9:30pm. Inexpensive entry fee for jazz.
Museum entrance is free
Disappointing gallery with most unfriendly staff who obviously were not interested in welcoming anyone who could not speak Portuguese. The cafe was closed with no explanation and we wondered why anyone would visit unless there was a special exhibition. The most glorious aspect in my...More