📍 Localização e contacto
30160-000, Belo Horizonte
ℹ️ Em formação
O Museu de Artes e Artesanato em Belo Horizonte é imperdível para qualquer amante da arte. O museu abriga uma grande variedade de arte de diferentes culturas e períodos, além de uma variedade de exposições interativas. O museu também tem um café e uma loja de presentes.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Thursday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Friday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: Closed
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🗣️ Arts and Crafts Museum: Opiniões
Super well taken care of, a must visit, well worth it!
Organized environment and very educational guided tour.
The Museum of Arts and Crafts is a Brazilian museum located in the city of Belo Horizonte. Inaugurated on December 14, 2005, it is the first Brazilian museum project dedicated entirely to the theme of work, arts and crafts in the country. With an area of 9,000 m², the museum is housed in the historic complex of the former Central Station of the Central do Brasil Railroad, in Praça Rui Barbosa, better known as Praça da Estação and the former Belo Horizonte Station of the Oeste de Minas Railroad. There is still a subway station and a railway branch in the same place. It is one of the best structured museums in Brazil in terms of organization, structure for exhibitions and use of audiovisual resources. The museum is an initiative of the Flávio Gutierrez Cultural Institute and was developed from the donation to the public patrimony of a collection of more than 2,000 pieces, from the 18th to the 20th centuries, by cultural entrepreneur Angela Gutierrez, who also worked in the formation of the Oratory Museum. , in Ouro Preto. The collection shows the wealth of popular production in the pre-industrial era: the crafts, arts and crafts that gave rise to contemporary professions. When walking through it, with the support of museographic resources and educational activities, the visitor will be able to see a broad panel of the history and social relations of work in Brazil, in the last three centuries.
Best museum I have ever visited. The exposure is perfect, with indoor and outdoor areas. Mandatory tour for those who come (and live) in BH; And best of all, it's free!
Very large collection with well-organized themed spaces.
I love going there, I am always well attended, there are several works and they are all beautiful.
Amazing experience. Fast and efficient service.
A huge collection, very well preserved, well maintained and clean place! I highly recommend!!
Wonderful, very efficient and polite staff like Mr. José was very attentive to my 94 year old aunt, the place is very beautiful and pleasant, very interesting pieces, for the knowledge of the history of arts and crafts, I recommend it!!!!
One of the best museums I've been to in Brazil.... too beautiful... and it was open on Saturday..... some museums don't open on weekends... which is ridiculous...
The museum is beautiful, very welcoming staff. It is a cozy space that contains a lot of history.
Excellent experience and knowing what work was like in the past, visit Cemig space, a very pleasant afternoon.
Sensational! A unique experience in bh. It's really worth going and the girl who presents the museum is very nice. These are some photos, but the collection is much larger.
It's just beautiful, full of stories from our past.
I loved it! Very interesting objects on display. It's always good to rescue a little of our history.
Excellent museum to learn about the history and development of Brazil
I really enjoyed the visit. The museum presents an important story about work in Brazil, especially of doctors, dentists. barbers, shoemakers and rural workers. It presents the main instruments used for 100 years. ʻIt is an interesting visit to do in BH
The best museum I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. It contains several articles, objectives, tools, and other utensils that were part of the history of Minas Gerais.
Amazing place I went there twice and plan to go again. Beautiful place full of history with numerous pieces, great structure and location. Observations: Go with time, to see everything calmly takes about two hours or so.
Great place, super nice tour with lots of content. Free entry from Monday to Saturday. Flexible hours from 9 to 17:00.
For those interested in history it is excellent. The museum is extensive, there are two buildings, which also impress, with two floors each.
Great. The impact of art and craft representations was accompanied by great satisfaction. I visited the Museu de Arte Ofício, during the period of integration with the Permanent Meeting of University Museums that took place at the Federal University of Belo Horizonte. “We don't want to see a small and a large Brazil, already made. No! “We do want this, to find out how they connect with each other; how each depends on the other, and how the two form a unique reality that exists concretely in what we call the homeland. ”(...)“ All of this leads us to discover that there are two basic ways of building Brazilian identity: o do Brasil, in one of them, we use accurate data; the demographic economic statistics, the GDP, GNP data and the numbers of per capita income and inflation, which always scares and terrifies us. We also talk about data related to the country's political and educational system, just to see that Brazil is not the country we would like it to be. This classification allows us to build a modern social identity, according to the criteria established by the European West after the French Revolution and the Industrial Revolution ”, quantitative and clear. That is how, we know and discover with surprise, that some societies define themselves. “Indeed, England, France, Germany and, above all, the United States are almost exclusively defined by means of this classificatory axis that is, in itself, his invention” (Damatta, 1998, p.17-18).
Wonderful place! Incredible and essential tour, history in its veins.
A beautiful museum to get to know more about the history of our Belo Horizonte.
I got to know the museum through a partnership that MAO made with Senai Cedetem, where I and other colleagues in the woodworking course had the experience of producing miniatures of some collections, which my group was responsible for producing canga and canzil. The museum has incredible, highly educated, polite, helpful and attentive professionals. The visit to the museum is completely free and very worthwhile.
Although I did not have time for a quiet visit, I was fascinated by the wealth of the permanent collection. Many historical objects that compose a vivid and sometimes crude image of the history of Minas Gerais. Congratulations to the maintainers for financing a museum so beautiful and free of payment for the entrance and the staff, very attentive.
Excellent museum! Every Belo Horizonte native has to pay a visit to MAO! Anywhere in the world such a museum would cost a lot of money! Here in BH we have it for free!
Sensational! Museum complete and very well preserved, a trip to other centuries and the rich history of Minas Gerais. Absolutely indispensable tour. Special highlight is the connecting corridor between the two parts of the museum, which could be just another corridor, but it has been transformed into a magical space integrated with the mural exhibition "How many offices does a museum make?". Essential visit.
Beautiful and organized museum in Belo Horizonte, easy access by public transport
I WORKED IN MINIATURES OF THE ACQUISITE PARTS FOR VISITORS TO BE ABLE TO TOUCH AND GET TO KNOW THE FUNCTIONING OF THE EXPOSED PARTS, OVER ALL VISUAL DISABILITIES, IT IS WORTH TO VISIT TO KNOW, A LOT OF HISTORY GATHERED IN ONE PLACE.
I enjoyed the visit so much, because the story through time tells us who we are!
The building is wonderful, the architecture has many objects with historical work context, great place to stroll in BH
Excellent place to visit and learn more about work in Brazil and Minas Gerais. I loved the tour.
What an amazing place. Is small. But very organized. Interesting pieces to watch.
Excellent place to see about the old crafts ... in addition to a beautiful building
Museum that tells a little about the history of professions and people's lives, it is a cultural rescue and a time travel. It is very worth the visit. Its opening hours are flexible and the visit is free.
Excellent museum! It portrays the history of work, uses and customs with more than 2500 pieces on display. A trip in the past.
Melhor museu em Belo Horizonte
Excelente! Aprenda sobre a história de Minas Gerais. Alambiques dos séculos anteriores.
Pretty cool, whenever I can come back. Now he is having The Art of the Craft of Animating, several animation dolls and the process step by step. Unmissable
Great museum, just not visited anymore because it is in a place not as good as the Praça da Liberdade.
Beautiful, preserved, well-maintained museum, with many pieces that tell the stories of various professions (which have already died out and still survive).
Excellent, great exhibits and objects. A great place to take curious kids.
O lugar perfeito se você quiser saber mais sobre a história de Belo Horizonte e Minas Gerais. Há muitos artefatos e objetos que nos mostram tudo do passado e dos tempos modernos.