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Sculpture Park

Recife, State of Pernambuco, Brazil
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Small-Group City Tour of Recife Including the Park of Statues
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3 weeks ago
31 Jul 2017
“Very nice area to walk around”
Recife, State of Pernambuco, Brazil
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's worth a visit, but pictures are better taken from the other side of the canal, where you can get the whole park in the picture.

Thank Kenneth_Pedersen
Reviewed 1 August 2017

We loved the walk by the water. Close to the big star in the street for photos. Nice restaurants to eat at along the water. Lots of shops close by.

Thank Tim G
Reviewed 23 February 2017

The park is interesting enough and can be approached from Marco Zero for a small fee. You can also see it from one of the catamaran tours of the rivers and they sail fairly close to the park which is near enough for me.

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 5 February 2017 via mobile

You'd better take a boat or water taxi to explore this park. Hot spot with Carnaval activity. The sculpture is lotus symbol on the top with some snakes around. It is made of copper. You can access Park too. So don't hesitate to visit.

Thank 98zhil
Reviewed 7 November 2016

Was taken here by the tour guide. We drove across the causeway to the park which is very narrow and it is interesting to encounter vehicles going the other direction. The park is filled with sculptures by Francisco Brennand to celebrate the 500th anniversary of...More

Thank 666Nomad_2012
Reviewed 5 March 2016

The sculpture parc can be viewed from Recife Antigo waterfront eastward. In order to get to the park you need to cross the water and best to take a combined ticket that takes you to the sculpture park as well as provides you a tour...More

Thank peterww2013
Reviewed 27 September 2015

A great introduction to Brennard's epic museum to himself. The clay statues are incredible and worth taking a small boat over to get a closer look.

Thank PorterHouse09
Reviewed 18 July 2015

Ok, yes, the sculptures are wonderful and the perspective you get of both the ocean to the east and the city to the west is fantastic. Loved, loved, loved this. HOWEVER, driving back from here, on the causeway that connects to Brasilia Temosa, we had...More

Thank gabrielphiladelphia
Reviewed 2 May 2014

So, this park of sculptures by Francisco Brennand is interesting; the big one called the crystal column is a huge replica of a cactus flower (Francisco may deny it but look at it closely and look at the plant; you will know where he got...More

Thank travel2findoneself
Reviewed 5 February 2013

Everywhere in Recife you can find along the streets and the squares and on modernist buildings of the last 4 decades, monumental art works created by Francisco Brennand. (*) To me, art in a museum is interesting and comfortable but somehow clean and artificial. Art...More

1  Thank Veleiro
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