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Really impressive privet collection, there are pictures, weapons, sculptors.. Most of the signs are just in Portuguese so if you don't know Portuguese I really recommend to take an audio guid, really helpful. I spend there two and a half hours and it wasn't enough...More
Enjoyed a leisurely afternoon in the park and museum of the Instituto Ricardo Brennand - well maintained, green, oasis of rest. Several buildings with an interesting collection. Most impressive part is the collection of the Dutch painter Frans Post - commissioned by Maurits van Nassau...More
The historical exposition on the Dutch period in Pernambuco is very nice and well documented; other paintings regarding Brazilian history of different ports go well with it. But all kinds of statues with no relation with that period, are a bit out of place. There...More
The moment you pass through the gate it looks like another world - green fresh sophisticated. It consists of two buildings with a very very eccentric collection. Wonderful to spend a couple hours there. I rented the useful audio guide. Restaurant at the entrance is...More
A great exhibition of knifes, guns, armour, statues and others an amazing collection and amazing surroundings worth the money we regret not going earlier to be able to do the tour we only had a couple hours.
Plan at least for four hours.
Instituto Ricardo Brennand is a located at a very beautiful site and it consists of two Museums: one of fine arts and one for ancient weapons. There’s a chapel where many wealthy couples use for fancy weddings and , for visitors a great restaurant and...More
We visited this museum as part of a shore excursion from Recife. The grounds of this museum are just lovely with interesting statues in them. There is a full size copy of Michaelangelo's David, and the lady and the horse by Fernando Botero. The buildings...More