Instituto Inhotim, Brumadinho

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 5,500+ reviews on the web
The fantastic Instituto Inhotim museum of contemporary art infused into the botanical garden setting. Exhibits explore the spatial relationships between landscape and art by allowing artists to and exhibit their work in the unique conditions of forest landscapes, gardens, and rural environments. The collections include 500 pieces by more than 100 artists from 30 different countries. The main focus is on contemporary arts produced from the 1960s to the present day, including sculpture, installations, paintings, drawings, photography, films, and video. Two tours include the free thematic tour with two focuses on environmental and botanical aspects, and the other focuses on art. The sightseeing tour covers many areas within the park with a focus on landscaping and the placement of outdoor art exhibits. To visit Instituto Inhotim and other attractions in Brumadinho, use our Brumadinho tourist route planner.
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  • The Park is amazing!! All very beautiful, clean and tidy. Amazing! There are good restaurants and with reasonable price. There are many water fountains and restrooms in the Park. Free parking and accessible entry. Super recommend!
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  • Inhotim is one of those places you go making sure that will soon return. Requires at least a two-day visit, the number of places available to meet. Prepare your legs for walking and great ride.
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  • This Park is wonderful. I recommend both to anyone who wants a nice quiet day in nature and for those who appreciate works of art and different things. It is a very extensive tour, if you like visit in two days would be better. It is possible to rent stands but walking is cooler (the carts are better for older people or families with children). One caveat is that the Diners don't work during the week. The only option are two restaurants-very expensive. I recommend bringing a light snack. A tip: go on the way to the end and go back only stopping to see the nature/the works. (if you are seeing on the back just digging a little tiring because you've seen them all.) Great place to read, take pictures, relax. I loved.
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  • Vast art installation with immaculately maintained gardens. Contemporary and modern art, impressive architecture in the middle of rural Minas Gerais. Large parking area, but rough roads getting there. Some parts are wheelchair accessible, but mostly not. Prepare for walking fairly long distances in the sun, uphill and downhill. There is a reasonable entry fee with an electric cart tour option for extra. There are two self-serve buffets and some gift shops inside.
  • A wonderful place and one of Brazil's must-sees. The natural and man-made art here is beautiful! Every medium and style is explore on this refreshingly modern 340-acre plot. The food is good, too. My one complaint is that there weren't any tours despite them being scheduled the day of my visit.
  • I really enjoyed the walking around and the scenery. I think the art was a bit weird most of the time, but then again, that's art for you.
  • Beautiful and really special place, with a vast and impressive collection of works, installation pieces and gardens. One of my favourite places in the world!
  • A great place to visit. Not only is the place extremely pleasant, the staff is also quite welcoming. A must visit!
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