Railroad Museum, Indaiatuba

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The Museum is open 7 days a week!



Summer Hours (mid-March - October)

10:00am to 5:00pm Daily

Winter Hours (November - mid March)

Monday through Friday: 9:00am to 4:00pm

Saturday and Sunday: 10:00am to 5:00pm

Admission

Adults: $10.00

Seniors (60 & Older): $8.00

Children (4 - 12 yrs): $5.00

"Harborside Express" train operates most Saturdays 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. boarding every 20 minutes! $5 per person regardless of age.
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  • The Museum has only a locomotive and part of the railway station in the city of Indaiatuba, if I'm not mistaken. Museum for free. Worth checking out if you're in town.
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  • Had already visited the Museum a 2 times before in the company of small grandchildren. Now that you have grown up, I could tell in more detail what they meant the railroads, trains and the famous "Maria Fumaça". Recommend taking the kids to this nostalgic journey and instructive!
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  • A small museum, very well taken care of which tells the story of the Train station of Indaiatuba. On the outside there is a locomotive that can your sight by people visiting the site. The station is very preserved. Worth a visit!
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Where to stay in Indaiatuba

Most of Indaiatuba's accommodations lie to the east of the main park, with a good choice of options available. Choose from larger hotels offering simple rooms and varying levels of amenities, or opt for one of the small family-run pousadas, located on residential streets and possessing a welcoming charm. If you want to get out and explore other areas of the metropolitan region, consider staying at one of the convenient lodgings along the main road running through the area, Rodovia Santos Dumont.
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