Juiz de Fora has an intense cultural life, with its theaters, cultural spaces and art galleries. Also the "land" of Miss Brasil Gay and the Rainbow Fest Brasil.
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Throughout the year, it hosts a variety of events, including the International Festival of Brazilian Colonial Music and Ancient Music, the Ibitipoca Off Road, the Meeting of Antique Automobiles, the International Choir Festival, the National Dairy Congress, among others. The history of the city is recorded and preserved in ten museums, among them the Mariano Procópio Museum, which has one of the main collections on the Brazilian colonial life and the Empire and the Murilo Museum of Art.
There are more than thirty important tourist attractions, among them Cine Theatro Central, considered one of the ten best theaters in Brazil and the Bernardo Mascarenhas Cultural Center, with exhibitions of paintings, sculptures, photographs, theater and musical presentations, as well as Halfeld Park and street of the same name with its cafes, cinemas and shops.
The city is part of the Estrada Real, being cut by 50 km of the New Way. The course is highly sought after by ecotourism practitioners, who retrace the way of the settlers by car, motorcycle, bicycle, horseback or on foot. Steakhouses, pizzerias, international food restaurants, self-service or a la carte are the options found in the 72 gastronomic establishments of Juiz de Fora listed by Abrasel and JFRCVB (Juiz de Fora and Region Convention & Visitors Bureau).