Centro de Pesquisas Museologicas Sacaca Museum, Macapa

(4.6/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
Centro de Pesquisas Museologicas Sacaca Museum is an open air museum portraying the origins and customs of the Amazonian people, typical indigenous life near a river. It’s named after a great connoisseur of natural herbs so there is a pharmacy on site, as well, where you can purchase all sorts of pure medicines. There is lots of information about the local fauna and flora for you to learn from along with a great historical collection to peruse. They offer various cultural programs and even live music for you to enjoy. You will also find accessible a craft shop, playground for children, and a restaurant if you want to grab a bite to eat. Plan to visit Centro de Pesquisas Museologicas Sacaca Museum during your Macapa vacation using our convenient Macapa trip itinerary planner.
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  • This museum has all: the archaeology, the species samples of trees native and palm trees, the crafts, artistaas marcos clubs, vestiges and samples of sites archaeological amapaeses, what shows the culture and form of life of them Indian and river.
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  • Very well organized, clean bathrooms, bathroom offers for people with disabilities, Braille plates, water cooler, guides to explain everything from the Museum. Admission is free, open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 at 5:00 pm. The food court has ice cream, tapioca, regional cuisine restaurants (serves lunch), craft shop, tables to sit and fans to give a relieved in the heat. Recommend a visit.
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  • Free attraction, have monitors that tell about the site which is very Woody, and can be observed various species of birds, trees and there are representations of buildings of the people inhabiting the region.
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