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I was there for the Hitchcock exhibit with a friend. The fact the they sell tickets now with the time of your visit is a big improvement. There used to be huge lines, but now you don't need to wait for hours anymore. Well done.
I have seen 4 exhibitions in this museum and they tend to be of international quality. the Tim Burton and the David Bowie were outstanding. the current Hitchcock exhibition is not as good but still worth going. Certainly a museum that brings things that are...More
Although there weren't any permanent exhibition that have to do with image or sound (which was a bit odd since this is the name of the museum), we came across a frida kahli exhibition. It was nicely curated, and the space looked great. The bar...More
Went on a saturday afternoon, had luck that the quew was small, has valet parking and the entrance was for free. The layout of the museum is very interesting and fun to do, time flies by and the ambient and quality of the exposition was...More
Located just below important Paulista Avenue, Jardins is the junction of four smaller neighbourhoods: Jardim Paulista, Jardim América, Jardim Europa and Jardim Paulistano. It is an upper-class area, offering a variety of things to do, including shopping, museums and parks. The neighbourhood is well known for “Oscar Freire”– the most luxurious street in the city, packed with high-end boutiques. In Jardins you will also find
a trendy museum, São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound (MIS), which people often line up for hours to visit. If green space is what you're after, take time to relax at Trianon Park, a refuge in the heart of Paulista Avenue.