Fundacao Ibere CamargoCurrently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
- Address: Av. Padre Cacique, 2000 - Cristal, Porto Alegre - RS, 90810-240, Brazil
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +55-5132478000
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Gallery, Family And Kids
One of the most loved painters of Brail- Ibere Camargo has shaped Brazilian art into an international masterpiece! The foundation of Ibere Camargo was initiated by his widow after the artist died.
Till date, the foundation preserves and maintains some of his best works and is known to spread his ideologies about art and life.
If you are an art-lover, this one is a must-see!
- Visit the nearby Igreja do Evangelho Quadrangular Church.
- Bus: at Padre Cacique
- By Lotacao
- By Taxi
- By Bicycle
- On Foot
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85.61% of people who visit Porto Alegre include Fundacao Ibere Camargo in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
41.03% of people start their Fundacao Ibere Camargo visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Fundacao Ibere Camargo
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fundacao Ibere Camargo
The region around is awesome to watch the sunset and many people running and biking. I always go to bike and stop to see the sunset drinking a beer or something with my friends. I never get into museum but people say the exhibition is constantly changing. They show independent movies too free of price.
Museum changes the display frequently. The region around is awesome. Always crowed of people, especially at sunsets. The sunset at the lake is magnificent.
The museum is small but worth a visit!
Great location and artwork. Beautiful views of the city and river. Too bad the hours are so restricted and it's closed most of the time. Such an important museum should receive a lot more support from the government and local community as well.
So disappointing. The website of the foundation promises thousands of works by the artist displayed throughout the building just for visitors to find only a couple of hundreds crammed on the second floor and no access allowed to the floors above which are kept empty. The building itself as an architectural feat was an important reason to get all the way to the foundation but it is not well kept in the outside and the fact that you cannot visit the two top floors makes for an unworthy visit.