A Mina, Gramado

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A Mina is part mine, part museum, part shop. It is a replica of a mine that serves as a museum of minerals and fossils with a host of displays of stones from Brazil and the world. The collection even includes a meteor. There is a restaurant serving homemade food. Use our Gramado trip itinerary builder site to add A Mina and other attractions to your Gramado vacation plans.
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  • October 6, 2017
    I won a ticket to toast and thanks very much worth visiting, the place really is inside a cave that looks like a mine.
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  • October 3, 2017
    Ride quite interesting to know how they are made. The guide who guided us was pretty attentive, but I was in a small group and we only had 4 of us to make the visit. Worth see the rocks inside the rocks yet.
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  • October 3, 2017
    Bought by lacadordeofertas.com and I confess that the ride was made by lunch included. Both spent about lunch worth it! Oh, Miss a time thousands of items from the store of mine.
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  • March 14, 2017
    A museum that shows different kinds of mineral. Very interesting. Offers a store where you can buy things made from all different kind of minerals.
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  • July 30, 2017
    The visit to the mine is not there great things. Around 20 ~ 30 min you walk throughout the mine extension. The site has handrails to help on the way down steep areas. There wasn't a guide even for us to follow. In some places there are several stones together and with the plates (little) information is still not possible to identify what you're seeing. The restaurant which is also part of the Park is not very good. There is no identification of any dish offer and even less of the desserts. For real they offer 5 refill of water and soda in a horrendous disposable Cup. If it is not to eat the basic rice, beans, polenta and meat, nor recommend much lunch. Finally we were on horseback riding. There was only one person responsible for the horses and the zip line. We had to wait around half an hour to start the tour, since there is all the time the instructor needed run Middle Park to prepare someone to zip line. The site has no sign of most telephone networks. If you are Uber will have to use the wifi from the shop or be stuck in place.
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  • July 22, 2017
    Super recommend! Very nice place, friendly people, delicious food, sick, a lot of salad, which we love, tasty meat, all hot anyway! We were in sunny day, not too cold, so it was perfect. My son walked the horse after lunch. Met mine, which I found very creative in the Assembly, even though it's not natural. The guide explains everything. In the shop you can purchase good pieces at affordable prices. Anyway, nice family outing; near the town, we went from Uber without spending a lot.
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