This is one of the major attractions the city has to offer. This was the residence of kings of Brazil Pedro I and Pedro II. The gardens are nice but the highlights are inside the museum. You can see the gold made imperial crown which has 639 diamonds and the feather shaped gold pen used by Izabel the daughter of Pedro II to sign Lei Aurea to abolish slavery in Brazil in 1888. The entrance ticket is 10 R$ and you will receive felt slippers which can you use to slide inside the Imperial Museum and will protect wooden floors. It is definitely a must if you are in Petropolis for the first time.
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