Find friends that share hobbies with you and enjoy cultural activities in São Paulo
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To help strengthen the ties and visit cultural places in São Paulo with your new friend, we made a special selection to guide you to choose the best museums in São Paulo. This city is a great art and culture hub that has so many attractions. There are several types of museums in São Paulo, from Football to Modern Art.
Museu da Imagem e do Som
The Museum of Image and Sound (Museu da Imagem e do Som- MIS), located in Jardins, São Paulo. The museum’s collection includes more than 200,000 items, including photographs, movies and prints. Exhibitions about Stanley Kubrick, David Bowie, Alfred Hitchcock and John Lennon were some of the past exhibitions presented in the museum. Also the MIS includes photographs and movies exhibitions, a lot of workshops and art events.
Location: Av. Europa, 158 – Jardim Europa, São Paulo – SP, 01449-000, Brasil
Museu do Futebol
Located in the great Pacaembu Stadium, the Football Museum is dedicated to the sport that thrills crowds in Brazil and in the World. There are temporary exhibitions and a collection dedicated to the football story, the museum has files, photographs, books, audio files and films. As well, there are special objects from the football universe. The museum also provides lectures, workshops and debates about the sport world.
Location: Praça Charles Miller, s/n – Pacaembu, São Paulo – SP, 01234-010, Brasil
Museu Afro Brasil
Located inside the Ibirapuera Park, the Museum Afro Brasil has a collection of over 6,000 pieces of art produced since the 17th century as paintings, sculptures, photographs and prints. The museums purpose is to preserve and disseminate the African and Afro-Brazilian culture. The Afro Brazil Museum highlights: great collections, temporary exhibitions, the Ruth de Souza Theater for events & concerts and the Carolina Maria de Jesus Library with more than 15,000 items, ranging from books, theses and multimedia documents.
Location: Portão 10, Av. Pedro Álvares Cabral, s/n – Vila Mariana, São Paulo – SP, 04094-050, Brasil
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