Museu dom Bosco

Highly recommended
The Museu dom Bosco was created in 1951 by Father Felix Zavattaro with a view to disseminating the culture of the Bororos Indians and other ethnic groups with which the Salesians were in contact. The cutting-edge glass and concrete space designed by the Italian architect Elvio Garabini brilliantly showcases a superb collection of Bororo, Xavante, Carajá and Moro objects. The museum also presents a magnificent collection of butterflies and stuffed animals from region.

Useful information

Address:

Av. Afonso Pena 7000, Parque das Nações Indigenas, Portã Ñandeva Campo-Grande

Phone:

+55 67 3326-9788

Price:

10 BRL

Opening hours

8am-4.30pm - closed Mon