Modern Art Museum of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
(4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Inspired by New York's own Museum of Modern Art, Modern Art Museum of Sao Paulo is home to more than 4,000 works of art. Amongst works by important Brazilian artists, such as Anita Malfatti, you will also find many international artists represented, including Miró and Picasso. An outdoor sculpture garden capitalizes on the museum's location in São Paulo's attractive Ibirapuera Park. Food lovers will also be pleased by the museum's excellent restaurant. Make Modern Art Museum of Sao Paulo a centerpiece of your Sao Paulo vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Sao Paulo family vacation planner.
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  • I expected more from the Museum. The space is beautiful and, of course, depends largely on the exhibition that are offering, but I was a little disappointed. There is a nice cafe at the Museum, with few options, but tasty.
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  • Who goes to the Museum looking for modern art deception is right. The Museum has a more contemporary collection but still worth checking out. The place is nice, in Ibirapuera Park, near the parking lot, and by December will be with the exhibition Volpi-small formats. The graffiti of twins and giant spider are featured at the Museum.
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  • I was expecting a lot more. The space is cramped, busy with no creativity, the antithesis of anything to be "modern". And the coffee works on site is a fiasco.
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  • Excelente museu, peças lindas
  • One of the best things about living in Sao Paulo City is all the museums, including this one. Just last night I stumbled upon one I’d never been to before. I know a lot about art, so I am confident in my assertion that I had a lot of fun there, and it is probably better than any museum I have ever been to.
  • Ótimo museu
  • Ótimo museu
  • It's a nice museum. But when we wanted to take a coffee after, we could not be seated by the windows. The restaurant staff explained it was only for lunch guests, even when many good table was free. We had to drink our coffees in a dark corner near the door.