One of the main points of interest of Campo Grande is undoubtedly the Parque das Nações Indígenas, a huge green area populated by capybaras, toucans and macaws, which, besides having good infrastructure for leisure, houses the Museu das Culturas Dom Bosco – MCDB with rich collections relating to indigenous peoples of the region, and the Museu de Arte Contemporânea – MARCO, with works by local artists.

The Memorial da Cultura Indígena, situated in the Aldeia Indígena Urbana Marçal de Souza, the Fazenda Bálsamo, home of the founder of Campo Grande, José Antônio Pereira and Morada dos Baís, one of the first brick buildings in the city, today transformed into a cultural center, all of which are worth a visit.

And to take home a taste of the Pantanal, nothing like a little trip on the Trem do Pantanal, leaving from Campo Grande, and which, after going through Aquidauna, goes to the small town of Miranda, one of the oldest of Mato Grosso do Sul, where, through dances, customs, crafts and traditions, the Terena ethnicity remains sovereign, artistic and culturally.