Museu do Morro da Caixa D´Agua Velha
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Another time-tested Cuiabá agency, run by Munir Nasr.
A good central location for a few beers in none-too-shabby surroundings.
The lunch course for one will feed you plus a horse. It comes with three types of regional fish dishes and all the accompaniments. A must.
Lonely Planet review
Probably the city’s oddest museum is the Museu do Morro da Caixa D´Agua Velha, which brings together a variety of frankly weird water-themed trinkets, from old tubes to shower heads. Far more interesting than the display is the construction itself, the city’s former water tank dating from 1882 and built in the style of a Roman aqueduct.