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- Great place, interesting interactive exhibition. Beautiful architecture. Lovely friendly staff. There is an elevator, so very convenient to visit with childrenWritten November 7, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We were prepared for this to be a typical art museum experience. But it ended up surprising us with the beautiful and unique take on how to display artwork. Hanging the paintings on glass allowed us to see & appreciate the detail much better. Plus the vibrancy of the artwork downstairs was so refreshing! Each floor felt like a completely different experience.Written May 11, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I went there before, and it were a lot of fun! but in this pandemic stuffs there were less interactive (that is something very understandible!)Written March 17, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This place is nice for its arquitecture, exibitions, music, theatre and a whole range of cultural initiatives. Also, there is a nice and cozy coffee shop with specialty coffee and sweets. It is beautiful outside and inside and it is worth a visit.Written November 15, 2019
- We took the subway Line 2 to get to the museum and got off at station Clinicas. From there, the museum is located in walking distance of about 15-20 minutes. It might be a bit tricky to finally get to the museum on foot but the surrounding area is fairly safe and thus could be an option apart from taking a taxi or Uber.
Be aware that you don't get a physical ticket at the ticket office. Just head to the museum's entrance once you paid and confirm your payment orally towards the staff.
The musem is split into 3 floors. It starts with the development and background of Brazilian football, visualises the most memorable moments of Brazil's football (including short portraits of some of the most formative players) and ends with a more interactive part where you can shoot at a goal yourself or play table football e.g.
I liked the structure and diverse set-up of the museum. The content is provided in writing, on screens as well as through audio elements. Unfortunately, only a small part of the information provided by the museum has been translated into English. Your visit would be definitely more interesting if you understand Portuguese.Written September 21, 2022
- I visited this museum twice. Once with my Brazilian friends in 2008 and then once again in 2021. So many opportunities for interaction with sounds and images. I love the museum. my favorite section is the World Map that showcases the Portuguese-speaking places around the world: Timor-Leste, and Macau (in Asia), Brazil (in S. America), Portugal (in Europe), and Angola, Cabo Verde, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, and Sao Tome & Principe (in Africa). Fantastic place for those interested in learning more about languages!Written November 9, 2022
- This is an absolute place to visit if you are visiting Penedo....Whether you are parents with children or Retired like my wife and I this is an amazing place that is full of collectables...you name it it's there toys, bicycles, old board games, miniature car collection is out of this world, antique electronics, video games plan on spending a few hours as they are lots to see! Thanks for the hospitalityWritten April 15, 2023
- Great building, with friendly staff that were extremely helpful with questions. Inside there is an array of antiques ranging from period furniture, guns, Brasilian currency and items from the Singer sowing machine companyWritten July 25, 2015
- With free entrance , the instituto os an opportunity to enlightment to all that visit
There are art exposes and video sessions about a diversity of topics related to historical and local cultureWritten July 21, 2019
- The museum is simple, there is a quickly film about the park, but the legends are in Portuguese, should it have the option of phones to the foreign tourists. There are some photos and stuffed animals, but with such a rich fauna and flora of the Park, it could offer more. Also there isn t a coffee where the visitant could drink or eat something. So go if you have plenty of time, if not go for the waterfalls.Written November 30, 2015
- Museum of Madness is a very interesting stop when in Barbacena! It’s collection shows a very sad chapter of the history of psychiatry in this area!Written July 28, 2022
- For those curious and happy to spend some time inside museums, it's totally worthy! It brings something different to do and costs almost nothing! My wife and I enjoyed!Written November 21, 2018