Athos Bulcão Foundation

Private, non-profit institution that preserves, researches and communicates the collection inherited by Athos Bulcão, developing projects and actions for educational and entertainment purposes, valuing Brazilian art. It has works and studies of the artist, exhibited in the gallery in temporary shows, as well as documentaries and interviews. In the store, visitors can purchase multiples of art inspired by the colors and shapes of Athos' works, as well as publications, prints and frames with the famous tiles.
CLS 404 Block D Store 1

How to get there:

Phone: (61) 3322-7801

Visiting hours: Monday to Friday, 9 am to 7 pm, Saturday 10 am to 5 pm

Free admission: yes.

Access: bus lines serving the L2 South;
Subway station 102 or 108.

More information: www.fundathos.org.br




Bank of Brazil Museum


Installed at CCBB and inaugurated in 2016, the museum tells the history of the institution by exhibiting bills, coins, furniture, paintings, engravings and sculptures by artists such as Portinari, Di Cavalcanti, Djanira, Tomie Ohtake and Maria Bonomi. The CCBB, designed by Oscar Niemeyer, is also home to art galleries, theater, glass pavilion, bookstore and bistro. In the gardens, O Casulo, by Darlan Rosa and Améfrica, by Denise Milan guarantee the delight of adults and children. It feels like spending the whole day there!
Setor de Clubes Esportivos Sul – trecho 2 – lote 22

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3108-7600

Visits: Tuesday - Sunday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. (CCBB);
1 p.m. - 7 p.m. (museum); 1 p.m. - 9 p.m. (box office).

Free admissions for exhibitions and lectures;
popular-price tickets for theater and cinema.

Accessible to people with mobility disabilities.

Access: Bus number 103, from the Bus Station.

More information:
http://culturabancodobrasil.com.br/portal/
distrito-federal




Caixa Cultural Brasília


Founded in 1980, it presents national and foreign exhibitions, as well as its own art collection. A small sample of the historical collection of the institution includes lottery tickets, piggy banks, slave's savings booklets, scales used in pawning and also typewriters and calculators. The Caixa has five galleries, a theater and a cultural coffee shop.

Setor Bancário Sul – Anexo da matriz da CEF – quadra 4 – lotes 3 e 4

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3206-9448/49 – 3206-6456 (Box Office)

Visits: Tuesday - Sunday and holidays, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Box Office: Tuesday - Friday and Sunday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Free admission: yes. The events offered at the Theater have popular-price tickets.

Accessible to people with mobility disabilities.

Access: bus serving the SBS; Galeria subway station.

Surroundings: do not miss the Átrio dos Vitrais (Stained Glasses Atrium)
and the Jardim das Esculturas (Sculptures Garden).
Right in front, it is the Museu de Valores do Banco Central (Central Bank's Money Museum).

More information: www.caixacultural.com.br



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




National Museum of the Cultural
Complex of the Republic da República


Designed by Oscar Niemeyer and inaugurated in 2006, it offers a wide space for exhibitions, as well as two auditoriums and an annex. It houses the collection of the Brasília Museum of Art, disclosed in temporary exhibitions. It holds exhibitions of contemporary art and collective interest themes, as well as lectures, seminars and films. The outdoor area is used for sports, concerts and demonstrations.

Setor Cultural Sul – lote 2
close to the Pilot PlanBus Terminal

How to get there:

Phones: 61 - 3325-5220 / 3325-6410

Visits: Tuesday - Sunday, 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Free admission: yes

Accessible to people with mobility disabilities.

Access: bus lines that serve the Bus Terminal;
Galeria subway station; bike path.

More information:
http://www.cultura.df.gov.br/nossa-cultura/museus/museu-nacional.html