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Museu do Amanha, Rio de Janeiro
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  • Worth the boy to visit him. The architecture is beautiful and its fixed exhibition very interesting, but take a long time if you want to see everything. That's a lot of information. Great for students of all ages. Everything was of the temporary exhibition of Santos Dumont. Was beautiful, very interactive and had the opportunity to meet this amazing Brazilian.
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  • The walk to the Museum of tomorrow would be nicer if there were no excess lines. Same q you bought a ticket online, you don't have to escapes stand in line hours waiting their turn to enter the Museum. If you get hungry or thirsty will have to face a queue in tiny coffee shop inside the Museum. The few male toilets only has two blood vessels and you once again have to face a queue. The planetary Simulator that has the largest number of visits you also must face a queue. So if u want to meet this beautiful Museum filled with courage, disposition, patience ... and go see the Museum that is great, beautiful, wonderful ...
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  • Like the Museum of Tomorrow more than I thought. Both the architecture and the information he brings are amazing, a lot of technology and creativity. Worth the ride, but some times it is really impossible to get in and enjoy.
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  • [ENG BELOW] Arquitectura contemporânea que contrasta, mas casa perfeitamente com o cenário natural. Contemporary architecture that contrasts, but matches perfectly to the natural scenario
  • Nothing interesting and real lack of infrastructure. 2 hours queuing with nobody organising anything. After that there is another 1 hour wait for the main exhibit. Save yourself 20 reais and go somewhere else.
  • Very impressioning architecture, content with much scientific value presented in an interactive way. Full surround movie in giant sphere well done. You cannot go thru all materials on display at yiur first visit, crowded on weekends. Try to buy time tickets, with my credit card it did not work and we were queuing 2 hours to enter
  • Dear friends and viewers for your kind information that the Museum of Tomorrow in portuguese called "Museu do Amanhã" is a science museum in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was designed by Spanish neo futuristic architect Santiago Calatrava, and built next to the waterfront at Pier Maua. Its construction was supported by the Roberto Marinho Foundation and cost approximately 230 million reais. The building was opened on December 17th, 2015
  • Wonderful building, but not being an avid scientist some of the exhibits passed me by. However I did enjoy the Santos Dumont exhibition and was only disappointed that there were none of his model planes for sale. The shop closes about 5.45 although it is supposed to be 6pm. The museum could easily open till 7 or 8 it was pretty full late on.