Catetinho Museum

Designed by Oscar Niemeyer and built in 1956 to receive the president Juscelino Kubitschek and the Novacap engineers, including presidential suite, dispatches office and scenic kitchen. In the collection, you will find furniture, household items and photos. A track in the woods leads to the fountain that inspired Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes to compose the Sinfonia da Alvorada (Symphony of the Dawn).

BR 040 – Km 0 – Trevo do Gama

How to get there:

Phones: 61- 3338-8803 / 3386-8167

Visits: Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Free admission: yes

Access: only by passenger car.

Surroundings: the Museum of the Old House is next to it and its worth the visit.

Historical and Artistic Museum of Planaltina

The colonial style house preserves part of the collection of its former owners – the traditional Guimarães family. Scholars of the Cruls Mission would have been received there when visiting the Planalto Central (region where Brasília is located in). Since 1974 the museum displays an old German piano, sofa set and courting chairs. The country kitchen stands out with its wood stove and iron pots. Everything just like in the old times.
Praça Salviano Guimarães, 24 – Setor Tradicional - Planaltina – DF

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3550-6337

Free admission: yes

Visits: Monday - Sunday, 8 a.m. - noon; 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Accessible to people with mobility disabilities.

Access: bus lines that serve Planaltina's Setor Tradicional.

Surroundings: the São Sebastião (San Sebastian) Church is close to the museum and its worth a visit.

Museu da Casa Velha
(Museum of the Old House)

Old Gama Farm's farm-house, the centenary colonial house received the President Juscelino Kubitschek in his first visit to the Planalto Central in 1956. Its water tap generated electricity for the construction of the Catetinho. Since 2006 has exhibited photographs, furniture and typical objects of a rural house, like a spinning wheel.

Setor de Mansões Park Way – Quadra 27 – conjunto 3 – Country Club - Park Way

How to get there:

Phone: 61-3338-8563

Visits: Tuesday - Sunday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Free admission: yes

Access: only by passenger car.

Surroundings: Catetinho is next to it and complements the visit.