São Paulo is one of the cities that you must visit while in Brazil, and passionate museums dwellers will be especially wowed by it. If you have a special place in your heart for art museums, here are three sports that you shouldn’t miss for the world while in this city.
São Paulo Museum of Art
Located inside a modern building made out of concrete and glass, São Paulo’s leading art museum is equally impressive inside and out. It’s home to one of Latin America’s most important collections of renowned art, but you’ll be equally impressed by its European art collection.
São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound
Painting and sculpture are usually the first things that come to mind when someone mentions art, but they’re not the only art forms out there. This museum is dedicated to celebrating art forms that don’t get too much attention at traditional museums, such as film, photography, graphic design, and audio-visual works.
São Paulo Museum of Modern Art
São Paulo is also known for its thriving contemporary art scene, and this museum is one of the best places to explore it. Located inside Ibirapuera Park, this museum features around 4,000 works of modern art, with a sculpture garden on the premises.