The long-awaited reopening of the Inhotim Institute to visitation will take place this weekend (7 and 8/11), when visitors will again be able to stroll through one of the most famous open-air museums in the world. 14 galleries, 8 thematic gardens, large-scale works arranged by the Botanical Garden and a unique contact with nature and contemporary art will be available to the public. The Inhotim Institute is sponsored by Vale, through the Federal Culture Incentive Law.

For those who prefer to stay at home right now, Inhotim has prepared a virtual program throughout the month of November, starting on the 6th (Friday), to commemorate the restoration of the work Magic Square # 5 (1977), by Hélio Oiticica. At 11 am, on  YouTube,Facebook and Instagram of Inhotim, a new episode of the series Dialogues opens, with Antonio Grassi (actor and president of the Institute), Jards Macalé (singer, songwriter and actor), Fernanda Lopes (MAM Rio) and Fred Coelho (PUC-Rio).

On Sunday (8), at 11 am, the Inhotim Chamber Orchestra enters the scene, with a special concert. The repertoire also “talks” with the work of Oiticica and is composed of Brazilian songs like “Tropicália” and “Alegria, alegria”, by Caetano Veloso. A must see!

To check the complete reopening schedule of Instituto Inhotim, Click here.

Reopening Protocol
The day 11/7 is a forecast for the reopening of the Inhotim facilities, and can be changed if there are alerts from the authorities about the increase in cases in the Brumadinho region. From that date, visitation takes place on Fridays (9:30 am to 4:30 pm), Saturdays, Sundays and holidays (9:30 am to 5:30 pm).

You must withdraw your ticket online via Sympla , in advance. We recommend prior access to the institution’s page with the health and safety protocol, which must be fully respected. There are rules such as the mandatory use of a mask and specifications for the functioning of the feeding, circulation and internal transport points, galleries that will be unavailable and the capacity of the public in each one.

For more information, in addition to the site do Inhotim the public can call the call center: (31) 3571-9700.

Inhotim Tickets
Full: R$ 44
Half: R$ 22

On the last Friday of each month (except on holidays) admission is free. For those who can visit Inhotim in more than one day, passports are at more attractive prices:

Passport 2 days: full R$ 76 and half R$ 38
Passport 3 days: full R$ 106 and half R$ 53

Brumadinho residents registered in the Nosso Inhotim program do not pay admission to the Institute.

The following are entitled to half-price:

  • Children from 6 to 12 years old;
  • Elderly over 60 years;
  • People with disabilities and a companion;
  • Students (must present a card or registration statement);
  • Teachers from formal public and private education networks;
  • Vale employees and up to 3 dependents (upon presentation of the AMS card);
  • Participant in the State of Minas Gerais Club of Subscribers plus a companion (upon presentation of the cardholder’s card);
  • Youth ID (must present ID).