Group of people walking through one of the Monument-Building corridors.


Buy your ticket

• If the date is sold out on the link above, buy directly at the box office on the date of your visit. We have ticket quotas for purchases directly at the museum on all days of operation. This offer is subject to availability and may sell out at times of high demand.
• Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm. Last entry: 4pm.
• Address: Rua dos Patriotas, 100 – Ipiranga – São Paulo/SP – CEP 04207-030.
• The box office opens at 9am on paid days and 10am on free days (Wednesday and the first Sunday of the month).
• The entry tolerance is 15 minutes.
• It is not possible to change the date of the ticket. For cancellations, refunds or problems sending your ticket, click here
Click here to download the Museum visitor’s guide.
Check out our audio guides.

Action against hunger
On Wednesdays in January and February, donate 1 kg of non-perishable food at the Museum. The food will be given to social institutions linked to the Sesc Mesa Brasil program. The donation is voluntary and is not linked to obtaining tickets.

Free days for all audiences
• Access is free on Wednesdays, on the first Sunday of each month and on the holidays of São Paulo’s birthday (25/1) and Independence Day (7/9).
• Tickets must be picked up at the box office, on the date itself, without the possibility of making an appointment via the website.
• Tickets are distributed every 30 minutes, for entry at the next full hour. For example: access at 14h will only have tickets released at 13h and 13h30. However, tickets can sell out in a few hours on days of high demand.
• Limited tickets, with the possibility of selling out in a short time.
• We are experiencing long waits for tickets on free days. For visitors’ comfort, we recommend sun protection (sunscreen, hats, sunshades, etc.)

Audiences entitled to free admission
Free admission for the public listed below is valid for any day the museum is open. Tickets must be picked up at the ticket office on the date of the visit. Tickets subject to availability.
• Children under 6 years old.
• USP community (civil servants, teachers and students). Student status must be proven with a student card (physical or digital) or proof of enrollment.
• Servants of the Military Police, Civil Police and Technical-Scientific Police, of the state of São Paulo, in active service and their families (spouse or partner, children and minors under guardianship or guardianship), with their last pay stub and identification document. Benefit determined by Resolution SC-39 of July 15, 2010.
• Accredited tour guides.
• Active ICOM members.

Audiences entitled to half-price tickets
• Students and professionals from the public education system throughout the country (teachers, coordinators, principals, supervisors, technical staff, etc.), with proof. Students can present their card from years after 2020, an up-to-date student transport ticket or proof of enrollment, as well as a photo ID. Professionals can present a payslip, payslip, card issued by the Ministry of Education or proof of the teacher’s portal.
• Private school students from all over the country, with the proof mentioned in the previous item.
• Elderly people over 60, with a document.
• People with disabilities (PwD) and their companion, on presentation of a medical report.
• Low-income young people aged 15 to 29, registered with the ID Jovem program.


Click to pre-book groups

• Groups can be pre-booked in the month prior to the visit.
• Each registration can have a maximum of 40 people and must include a responsible person for every 20 members. For example: a group of 40 people will consist of 2 people in charge and 38 visitors.
• Groups with more than 40 people require separate registrations.
• The deadline for confirmation or rejection is 5 working days, to the email address registered on the pre-booking form.
• Cancellations must be notified at least 5 days in advance. Cancellations made after this period will result in the applicant being suspended for 1 month.
• Group visits take place every day the museum is open (Tuesday to Sunday, except the first Sunday of the month), at 9am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays there is also a 2:30pm slot.
• Visits last a maximum of 1h30. The tolerance for delays is a maximum of 10 minutes.
• The museum does not offer guided tours. The exhibitions have information guides on totems and multimedia materials. For a better experience, download the materials developed about our exhibitions:
• The Museum does not offer transportation.

Groups with free access
• Groups formed exclusively by students from the public education system, by attaching a letter prepared by the requesting institution in the “Optional attachments” field of the digital registration form.
• Groups formed exclusively by employees and people served by non-profit social institutions working with people with disabilities or in situations of social vulnerability, by attaching a letter prepared by the requesting institution in the “Optional attachments” field of the digital registration form.
• USP community.
• Military, civil and technical-scientific police officers working in the state of São Paulo.
• Accredited tour guides.
• Members of partner institutions (ICOM, etc.)
• Children under 6 years old.

Groups entitled to half-price tickets
• Groups formed exclusively by students from the private education system, by attaching a letter drawn up by the requesting institution in the “Optional attachments” field of the digital registration form.
• Elderly people over 60 years of age, with a document.
• People with disabilities (PwD) and accompanying person.
• Young people aged 15 to 29 who can prove they are in need.
Discounts on tickets are subject to the presentation of supporting documents on the day of the visit. Failure to do so will result in payment of the full price at the box office.

Information for visits

• The museum is equipped with elevators and access ramps.
• Accessibility items for enjoying the works include touch screens, three-dimensional models, olfactory devices, 3D reproductions and reproductions in materials similar to the original pieces, such as stone and metal, Braille notebooks, texture samples and objects purchased specifically for visitors to handle.
• Multimedia resources are available in the exhibitions, with audio. To listen, bring a wired headset.
• People with disabilities (PwD) can get on and off at the entrance gates outside the museum. There are rotating parking spaces for people with disabilities outside the gate on Rua Xavier de Almeida (s/n). Vehicles are not allowed inside the French Garden and Independence Park.

• The consumption of drinks and food is prohibited in the Museum’s exhibition spaces.

• We have 7 non-motorized wheelchairs for emergency use, to help visitors who are unwell or momentarily need support when moving around. These chairs can only be used inside the museum, without the possibility of borrowing them and without the possibility of using them when traveling outside the museum (French Garden and Independence Park).

Children and teenagers
• Inside the museum, children are allowed in strollers (conventional models), baby carriers and bags with baby utensils. • Strollers with baby carriages, tricycles and children’s bicycles are not allowed.
• The minimum age for unaccompanied visits is 12 years old.

Port of volumes
• In the Museum’s internal area, packages no more than 20cm wide, 30cm high and 30cm deep are permitted.
• Luggage larger than that mentioned above, as well as items such as umbrellas, cell phone holders and camera mounts, must be stored in the luggage locker, which is free of charge.
• Please avoid bringing large items such as suitcases and backpacks.

Photos and filming
• Only photos and videos taken with a cell phone, without flash and without accessories such as tripods and photo sticks, are allowed. • Cameras of any kind/model (compact, professional, fixed lens, interchangeable lens) are not allowed.
• The use of drones is not permitted. • Photo shoots (weddings, birthdays, pre-weddings, debutantes, graduations, baptisms, etc.) are not allowed inside the Museum, with any type of equipment. Such events can only take place outside, without an appointment and free of charge, if you sign an authorization form with the security team at the entrance on R. Xavier de Almeida. The signature is made on the same day as the rehearsal.

Sound equipment
• The use of sound equipment is prohibited in the Museum’s rooms and in the French garden.

Animal entry
• Animals are only allowed inside the Museum in the following cases: guide dogs for people with visual impairments; emotional support animals, on presentation of a psychiatric report.

How to get there

• The Museum has several bicycle lanes on the following adjacent streets, such as Rua dos Patriotas, Avenida Nazaré and Avenida R. Ricardo Jafet. For more information, see the São Paulo city cycling map on the CET website.
• We have 36 spaces for bikes, distributed in 10 paracycles near the Xavier de Almeida street gate and another 8, just after the entrance to 20 dos Patriotas street. Each cycle park can accommodate 2 bicycles.

Freighted buses
• There are parking spaces on Av. Nazaré, in the local lane, after the bicycle lane and the intersection with R. Marcondes de Andrade.

Public Transportation
• Buses: Lines 174M-10, 217, 4491-10, 476G-41, 477A-10, 478P-10, 5108-10, 874T-10.
• Subway: The nearest station to the Museum is “Alto do Ipiranga”, on Line 2 (green).
• CPTM: The nearest station to the Museum is “Ipiranga”, on Line 10 (turquoise).

General Personal Data Protection Law

The Ipiranga Museum undertakes and is obliged to use the data obtained only for the purposes of scheduling, as well as to comply with the legislation on the protection of personal data and the determinations of regulatory/supervisory bodies on the matter, in particular Law No. 13,709/2018 – General Law on the Protection of Personal Data (LGPD).