Darcy Ribeiro Memorial


Designed by João Filgueiras Lima / Lelé and inaugurated in 2010, it hosts an exhibition of personal items, indigenous handicrafts, photos and videos about Darcy and his first wife, the anthropologist Berta Ribeiro. The Memorial includes a library, research offices, audiovisual documentation center, a coffee shop and a covered amphitheater, the "Beijódromo".

University of Brasília - Darcy Ribeiro Campus - next to the Dean's Office Building

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3107-0605

Visits: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Free admission: yes

Accessible to people with mobility disabilities.

Access: bus lines that serve via L2 Norte and UNB.

Surroundings: the campus itself is worth a long visit, as it houses several science museums.

More information: www.fundar.org.br



Memorial of Indigenous Peoples


Dating back to 1987, the building inspired by the format of the Yanomami's ocas (indigenous people houses) is a project by Oscar Niemeyer. It exhibits part of the ethnographic collection of Urubu-Ka’apor feather art, pottery, baskets and ornaments collected by the anthropologists Darcy and Berta Ribeiro and Eduardo Galvão. It hosts temporary exhibitions and in the inner courtyard, indigenous peoples hold celebrations.

Eixo Monumental Oeste – Praça do Buriti

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3344-1154

Visits: Tuesday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 17 p.m.; Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, 10 a.m. - 17 p.m.

Free admission: yes

Access: bus lines that serve the Eixo Monumental and the SIG; bike path.

Surroundings: the JK Memorial is located in front of the Indigenous Peoples Memorial. Close to the TJDFT Memorial and TCDF Memorial.

More information:
www.cultura.df.gov.br/nossa-cultura/museus



Museum of Northeast Arts and Traditions



Opened in 1991, it exhibits Cariri fish fossils, cowboy costume, pottery, basketry, coil irons, oil lamps, sewing machines, tin funnels, bobbin lace, bottles with colored sand, and honors the Father Cicero. The library, with cordel literature, and the art gallery, with paintings by Aldemir Martins and Raimundo Cela, complement the visit.

Setor de Grandes Áreas Norte – Casa do Ceará – quadra 910 - conjunto F

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3533-3800

Visits: Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - noon; 2 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Friday, to 3:30 p.m.).

Free admission: yes

Accessible to people with mobility disabilities.

Access: bus lines that serve the W3 Norte.

More information: www.casadoceara.org.br