Arte Sacra loosely translates to Sacred Art. You can guess now that the Museu de Arte Sacra displays exhibits that are used as either embellishments or are necessary paraphernalia of the Church's proceedings. Housed in the 18th century monastery, with over 400 masks and jewelry and objects dating as far as the 17th century.
- For students, the tickets are available at a reduced price of R$3.
- On Saturdays, entry to the museum is free.
- Children under 5 years of age and seniors are exempted from paying the entry fee.
- The last admission to the museum is at 5:30 pm.
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51.6% of people who visit Sao Paulo include Museu De Arte Sacra in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
59.22% of people start their Museu De Arte Sacra visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museu De Arte Sacra
58% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museu De Arte Sacra
Impressive, well-maintained museum with some beautiful and unusual artefacts.
Very nice church
Although thia is a thematic religious museum is worth a visit to grasp how powerful and rich (in all senses) the church made itself thought out the centuries. Is also a deep view in Portuguese/Spanish baroque architecture and way of leaving. Important to point out that in terms of counter reform Portugal was a easy place to be when compared to Spain.
Very interesting liturgical artefacts. It's a catholic museum. You can visit the Saint Antonio Galvão church and to take some miraculous pills.