• Opening hours & tickets

    Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm. R$8,00 | R$4.00 half price

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  • Scheduling visits

    At MAR, educational programs are organized in mediated visits to the exhibitions and are free of charge for public schools and half price for private school students.

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  • Accessibility

    MAR makes sure its physical facilities are accessible to people with special needs

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  • Directions

    Always prefer public transport. There are fifty bus routes that run nearby MAR and come from all regions of the city.

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  • Visitation Policy

    Help preserve the works. Store your belongings in the Museum's lockers. Eat only at MAR'S open areas.

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  • Courses

    Short- and medium-term courses that are part of the field of the teacher's knowledge in the process of doing, thinking, and appreciating art are offered.

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  • Services

    At the Pracinha Mauá Space there are a coffe shop and a store.

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  • Architecture

    MAR'S architectural design was made by Rio de Janeiro's Bernardes + Jacobsen firm. The museum complex encompasses an area of 15,000 square meters and includes eight exhibition halls and about 2,400 square meters.

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  • “Some schools are cages and some schools are wings"

    “Some schools are cages and some schools are wings” is the second exhibition in the series Art and Society in Brazil, in which art takes positions on urgent problems in Brazilian society.

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  • Armadillo: Soccer, Adversity and the Culture of the Caatinga

  • From Valongo to Favela: The Imaginary and the Periphery

    Taking a history of exclusion as its point of departure, the exhibition examines by means of the presence in art how the cultural imaginary of this periphery was formed.

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