Museu do Desenvolvimento Sustentavel, Macapa

(4.6/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Museu do Desenvolvimento Sustentavel is an interactive museum where you can experience the Amazonian culture. As a subordinate to the Institute of Scientific and Technological Research of the State of Amapá (IEPA), it is not only a cultural institution, but also a research center linked to the state government. The museum consists of a number of buildings spread over a green area of 12,000 sq m (130,000 sq ft), bordered by a small river. Explore the preserved forest and take advantage of the learning opportunities within the museum covering zoology, botany and microbiology, historical artifacts, ethnography, archaeology, and art. Enjoy the regional food and be sure to check out the nursery of medicinal plants. Using our custom trip planner, Macapa attractions like Museu do Desenvolvimento Sustentavel can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Offers to the visitor the appreciation of the local culture as pleasantly and with realism, including "room" where you can see the birth of an indigenous. Worth knowing
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  • Place to unwind and get to know a little of life. A boat docked in a Bayou leads us to know as trade in the Amazon. If you know also how coastal houses, their utensils and their traditions to life.
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  • Shows a little of the life of the traditional peoples of the Amazon (indigenous, quilombolas, small-scale family farming, farming). Recommended ride for the whole family, especially the children. Also has a "regatão" (boat traditionally used by merchants who used the practice of "bartering", exchanging non-perishable products by extractive products, mainly chestnut-of-Brazil), which can be visited and also enjoy a ride in it.
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