What are MAR’s opening hours?
The museum’s ticket office is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm, with entry to the Exhibition Pavilion before 5:15pm.
How much is the ticket?
The ticket costs R$ 20.00 (adult) and R$ 10.00 (concession). On Tuesdays, MAR is free for everybody. Click here to check our gratuity policy.
Which exhibits are on show?
The museum has several temporary exhibitions on display. Click here to learn more.
Is it possible to hold events in MAR? How does space leasing work?
The Museu de Arte do Rio has areas that can be rented to provide space for corporate events: The viewpoint (capacity: 200 people), the foyer of the 5th floor (capacity: 150 people), the auditorium (capacity: 97 people) and Varanda Carioca (60 people). Click here to learn more.
How do I schedule a visit?
At MAR, educational programmes are organised in mediated visits to the exhibitions that are free of charge for public schools and offer half-price admission for students from private schools. Educational visits are also offered to groups, social organisations and interested parties in general. Visits last 1 hour and 30 minutes and are held between 9:30am and 4:30pm. The maximum group size is 40 people.
To schedule a visit, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +55 (21) 3031-2742.
How do I enrol in the courses offered by the Escola do Olhar? Are they paid?
The courses currently offered by Escola do Olhar are free of charge. Registration can be carried out by the specific forms on the page for each course. Sometimes, tokens for limited spaces are distributed in advance at the museum ticket office for anyone who wants to attend. Check out the courses offered.
Can I enter the exhibition hall with bags or a backpack?
You can visit the exhibitions with items that do not exceed 35 centimetres. MAR has storage spaces where belongings that exceed this size can be left. This measure is taken to prevent bags and backpacks of larger volumes from damaging art works.
Where can I eat in the museum?
The open spaces of the museum are available to be used as snack areas. Bottles and flasks containing liquids should be left in the storage area before entering the exhibition space.
MAR provides drinking fountains and toilets in the hallway of every floor of the Exhibition Hall and the Escola do Olhar. There is also the Cristóvão Café and the Mauá Restaurant for those who want to dine.