Very rich museum hosted in a old + a modern building linked by a sort of "flying carpet" roof, interesting exploit to fusion the two buildings. Paintings, sculptures , historical pieces, historical pictures the collection gives you an exhaustive frame of the Brazilian civilization and Rio historical roots. You can spend time on very showcase or flow quickly through the... 更多
The exhibits were not very interesting - it almost seemed more like a history museum than an art museum. The view from the top looking down on Praça Mauá was quite nice. The 10 reais student ticket was a good price, but the free museums I've been to in Rio are more worth the time.
If you are going to Rio, you should go to Museu do Amanhã. Besides all interesting expositions , the scenery is worth to be seen.
One of the worst museums I've been to. One floor about a historic woman whom I couldn't figure out why was so deserving of attention besides money, and one okay floor of contemporary art. The photography floor was closed. Freezing. Horrible.
This venue offers great views on the harbour and the 'museum of tomorrow'. The architecture is a nice integration of old and new. Inside the museum the collection is rather limited and of little interest for non-cariocas.
Well there were different floors... the first one was about old colonial stuff the second more about modern but overall there are only a few pieces... and well i am not much into art but still a bit interested and as the title says there was nothing special... but on the highest floor you will have a nice view... which... 更多
The museum needs improvement to show Rio's contributions to the arts. It lacks a full representation of Rio's great artists, which can be better appreciated at other museums in Rio and Sao Paulo. Labels in English, French and Spanish would be helpful for international visitors. I didn't notice any docents or others who might have helped inform the visitors. There... 更多
Went on a Tuesday, so it was free. Wanted to go to museu de amanha, but it was packed, so we went here instead. Favorite thing was the "favela" installation on the main floor. The rest of the exhibits seem disjointed. I'm glad I didn't pay to enter.
This is a very eclectic selection of art. Despite there being no explanations in English I enjoyed the exhibition dedicated to Princess Leopoldina, and the exhibition inspired by Rio itself on the first floor was really good. What else there was (two floors were being installed) was mixed. R$10 is about right for entry. Also had lunch at the cafe,... 更多