Farm Capão Alto
It is the initial landmark of the settlement of Castro, from the sesmaria donated to the Taques de Almeida family. It was owned by the Carmelite friars, who, when they retired to São Paulo, left the farm in the care of their slaves for about 100 years. It was acquired in 1870 by Bonifácio José Batista (Barão do Monte Carmelo) who built the current mansion. The houses were listed by the State Historical and Artistic Heritage in 1982.
Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday and holidays - 8am to 6pm
Admission: R $ 5.00 per person, R $ 3.00 for students.
Colony Castrolanda, PR 090.
Dutch Immigration Memorial
'De Immigrant' (the immigrant) was built in 2001 by the Dutch engineer Jan Heijdra in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the arrival of Dutch immigrants in the municipality of Castro. Its height is 37 meters (from the ground to the tip of the wing in an upright position), being considered the largest mill in Latin America.
Visiting hours: Friday to Sunday and holidays from 1 pm to 6 pm.
Admission: R $ 10,00 per person
R $ 5.00 Students
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It was opened in 1977, with the objective of rescuing and preserving the history of tropeirismo and is considered the most important of its kind in the country. The Museum's property was listed by the Paraná Cultural Heritage in 1978.
Visiting hours: Monday to Friday from 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday by appointment.
Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm.
Admission: Free admission
Sra. Sant'Ana Square, nº 51