Museu Pedro Ludovico Teixeira, Goiania

(3.5/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Museu Pedro Ludovico Teixeira used to be the residence of the founder of the capital, Pedro Ludovico Teixeira and his family. The museum tells the story of the Goiania state and exhibits old furniture, a collection of porcelain, crystals, and personal items of Pedro Ludovico. Over 2000 books and original documents dating from 1920s comprise the private library and tell the story of the leaders and his state. To visit Museu Pedro Ludovico Teixeira on your trip to Goiania, use our Goiania trip generator.
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  • A significant Museum for the city of Goiânia, Goiás State and for the country. The story of the intervenor responsible for the implementation of the new capital of Goiás is intertwined with the history of the city and the State. The mediator, Ms. Fatima, was very attentive and explained very well on the collections, the House and the story of the founding of the city and the couple Pedro Ludovico-Krishna. We were very pleased with the visit and with the attention of the Guide. Too bad only to note that the Museum is been in disrepair and that the pieces do not have fall registration and some furniture and parts in need of restoration. Marketing actions would help promote tourism in a place as important.
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  • The historical Museum of the illustrious founder of State, Pedro Ludovico Teixeira. It is a beautiful building of the 40 years, the Museum brings a typical decoration of 40 years, Art Deco style, but very simple.
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  • A House Museum maintained, and very pretty, with personal belongings of Dr. Pedro Ludovico and family, and an excellent explanation on the part of Mrs. Fatima tab.
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