TUESDAY, FREE ADMISSION: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY: 10 p.m. – 6 p.m.
With the exception of Mondays, MASP opens normally on holidays, except December 24 and 25 (Christmas holiday) and December 31 and January 1 (New Year’s holiday), when it remains closed. Any change in hours is normally posted on the museum’s social media channels.
The ticket office remains closed and the purchase of tickets, with a scheduled day and time, will be exclusively online, without charging a convenience fee at masp.byinti.com/#/ticket/.
STUDENTS (WITH CURRENT ID) R$25
SENIORS (60 AND OVER WITH ID) R$25
FREE ENTRY: MASP FRIENDS AND UNDER 11 YEARS WITH PROOF *
FREE ENTRY: EVERY FIRST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH
FREE FOR ALL VISITORS ON TUESDAYS
FREE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND AN ACCOMPANYING PERSON
The ticket office will remain closed and the purchase of tickets, with a scheduled day and time, will be exclusively online, without charging a convenience fee.
For MASP Friends, the free ticket online reservation is also mandatory.
Visitors under 14 years old only accompanied.
*A courtesy for children under 11 must be requested at the MASP ticket office with proof of identity.
Amex Customers: buy 1 ticket and get the second one for free. The courtesy must be collected at the museum box office, upon presentation of the ticket and purchase card.
Tickets include admission to all galleries on the day of your visit.
We accept all major credit cards.
DELIVERY: iFood app
See full menu at @abaianeira
MASP Café is also A Baianeira. The new MASP Café, inaugurated on February 23rd 2022, seals the partnership between the museum and the renowned chef Manuelle Ferraz, who, since 2019, heads MASP A Baianeira (placed on the 2nd basement floor), awarded as the best Brazilian restaurant by Veja São Paulo magazine Comer & Beber 2021/2022 guide.
The café presents a menu which mixes influences from Minas Gerais and Bahia, well known to the chef, whose origins are from Almenara, Vale do Jequitinhonha, in Minas Gerais state in Brazil. Ferraz, known for picking fresh and organic ingredients for her dishes, as well as typical delicacies from Brazilian traditional cuisine, is considered to be one of the main names of contemporary brazilian gastronomy.
To enjoy MASP Café and MASP A Baianeira buying tickets isn’t required. The café’s guidelines, as well as the restaurant’s, are in harmony with MASP’s purposes, which are to be a diverse, inclusive and plural museum, along with the questioning of hierarchies and distinctions of cultures, territories and knowledges, from visual arts to gastronomy.