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I was expecting to see more. I felt that so much information was left out. However, it is worth the visit. Located inside a convent and it is easily accessible. Sadly, this is not wheelchair accessible.
This gem is small and gives you an overview of native indian life in the amazon. Has excellent map of tribal areas on wall, and interesting anthropology poster regarding facial features of the world's population. Yes it is an old museum, but it was open...More
Decided to walk a little out of the way from the main tourist attractions to visit here and am glad I did!! The museu is filled with indigenous artefacts, of which are quite interesting. They show REAL blowguns here, not cheap tourist ones. There is...More
The Catholic Sisters run this compact but very user-friendly museum. In 45 minutes you can get an outstanding perspective on the enormous biodiversity and history of the Amazon region. The displays are somewhat antiquated but very well maintained, and the staff if very helpful. Worth...More
This fusty old museum is full of artifacts collected by missionaries throughout the twentieth century. Their treatment of the indigenous culture is what you would expect. We paid ten reais per head. It has about five rooms full of authentic artifacts that my traveling companions,...More
In the Museo do Indio you'll find qualified staff (guides with English, Spanish), and most of all also few rooms with everyday tools and objects used by Indigenas - mainly Yonomami, but also with tribes from the Xingu river (Mato Grosso) - from the places,...More
It's a small museum, 5 rooms with artifacts from indian populations from the amazon mostly. It's interesting and you can see it all with some detail in a short time. They have guides that speak english, and a shop. The admission price was 10 reais,which...More
ran by nuns. The rest of the building is a school. It's very old fashioned in terms of its style and displays but there some fascinating artefacts . The shop is excellent for baskets and decorative items , Don't pass them up .,, get them...More
Could be better kept, and it shows the years, however, a nice collection of original items obtained from different Indio tribes of the Amazon region, and kept on display by the nuns in an annex to the school they run. It is a very educative...More