Museu Medieval - Castelo Saint George, Gramado

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Built like a small castle, contains a collection of medieval weapons and family crests from around the world. Make this a brief but educational stop for the whole family on a rainy afternoon or after a long day of touring the city. The museum’s owner is a history buff and an expert craftsman who has manufactured most of the items displayed here. You can buy souvenir replicas of shields, swords, and colonial daggers. You can also have your own coat of arms designed and printed on paper, wood, leather, or plaster. This tiny museum is easily accessible from almost any point in town and is a popular stop for locals and visitors. Arrange to visit Museu Medieval - Castelo Saint George and other attractions in Gramado using our Gramado day trip planner.
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  • October 6, 2017
    Pay 25 to see a real room, and almost nothing is medieval .... just some armor ... most weapons are modern ... frustrating
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  • October 6, 2017
    I could not visit internally, because the opening hours is very restricted, needing to be expanded, in order to cater to tourists.
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  • September 29, 2017
    What I like about Museum is the personal care, by historian and Museum administrator. Has several medieval equipment in addition to the opportunity to meet the family crest and request a thorough study of it. My only con is that the two times I visited had nothing different in the Museum.
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  • September 20, 2016
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  • August 2, 2017
    Great place to enjoy a huge collection of knives, Pocket knives, swords and medieval weapons; many were used in wars and revolutions. In addition to the entire collection, you can still have a review of your last name and see where they came from your amcetrais. The Museum's castle was built by the bare hands of owner forming your childhood dream. To the entire family works at the Museum and live this history. Each piece in the collection has your story. Worth knowing and you can still order the coat of arms of your family that will be etched and hand-drawn.
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  • July 28, 2017
    It's not exactly a "medieval Museum" as the name suggests, and an exhibition of weapons (most of them, including, has nothing to do with the Medieval Era). The owners were very friendly and the local focus are the family crests. I liked what was offered, but I was expecting something totally different.
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  • July 14, 2017
    Surprised me the location, I thought I would find more a default collection of theme but was very good the best is the owner of the exhibition that really is a specialist in the subject and know talk about anything on the topic including tips for books and documentaries Super recommend
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