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.

Israel Pinheiro Center

This Oscar Niemeyer's work inaugurated in 2011, honors the engineer who built Brasília and focuses on the relationship between human and nature. Special highlighting for interactive screens and videos on the environment. In the Bosque dos Constituintes (Constituents Woods), it is possible to find native species planted since 1988 such as the Golden Trumpet Tree, the Ducke and the Brazilwood.

Praça dos Três Poderes (behind the Pantheon, next to the Oscar Niemeyer Center).

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3323-6658

Visits (booked): Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.; 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Free admission: yes

Accessible to people with mobility disabilities.

Access: bus lines that serve the Praça dos Três Poderes.

Surroundings: a track through the Constituents Woods leads to the Praça dos Três Poderes , where several museums are located.

JK Memorial

Opened in 1981, the Oscar Niemeyer's work is a city's visual landmark, with a Juscelino Kubitschek statue by Honório Peçanha. It houses a replica of President JK's library; the Goals Room; the burial chamber, with works by Athos and Marianne Peretti, and an exhibition on JK's political career. Multimedia totems for research, souvenir shop and a coffee shop are additional attractions for the visitor.

Eixo Monumental - lado Oeste – Praça do Cruzeiro

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3225-9451

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

Free admission: no. Only for children under 7 (students and the elderly pay half admission fee).

Accessible to people with mobility, visual and hearing disabilities.

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

Surroundings: the Indigenous Peoples Memorial is right in front of JK Memorial. Behind the Memorial, you will find the Cross Square, site of the first Mass of Brasília.