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The brunch was not satisfying and the service very unfriendly. the dishes were fix and nothing could be changed. the bread was not fresh and only one fresh juice available. we were very disappointed and will not return again.
I had never heard about this museum and ended up there while my parents in law were in town and had a great surprise. It is a beautiful place, lots of trees, flowers and nature in general. It is an interesting place to learn about...More
A beautiful attraction, somewhat off the bitten track and therefore less visited. Fantastic 1950's design garden with the whole tropical taste. A art collection, and architecture second to none in Brazil (if you like modernist houses) A jewel. At the end a good tea room....More
The house is beautiful, and the gardens amazing but the real treasure here is the family´s collection all over the rooms and showing the Brazilian Royal family history and belongs from the Imperial time. A very fine visit to do in Sao Paulo.
This park, museum, and tearoom are located within a heritage site in the Morumbi district, right across the governor’s palace. Oscar Americano was a construction and development tycoon, who in the mid 20th century developed most of that district, which was previously farmland. When developing,...More
A small museum that used to be the house of a millionaire couple and that still contains the family's furnishings. Huge garden, the size of a medium-sized park, and blessedly quiet. Inexpensive entrance fee.
Overpriced, underperfoming restaurant/tea house.
A peaceful place to visit in Morumbi neighboorhood. It's a charming property, with beautiful park and gardens. Usually the foundation promotes cultural events, such as classical music. Take some time to have a brunch in the tea room.