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Museu do Amanha, Rio de Janeiro

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Museu do Amanha is located in Rio de Janeiro. To visit Museu do Amanha on your trip to Rio de Janeiro, use our Rio de Janeiro itinerary planner.
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  • A really interesting museum about our modification of the world and future impacts. You must book online in advance to avoid huge queues to get in. The only bad thing was that the museum was really bu...  read more »
  • I went on a rainy cold day in Rio. Make sure that you buy tickets in advance on-line. It has some interesting long-term exhibits about Planet Earth, climate change and where we are headed. I thought t...  read more »
  • We were impressed with the employee appreciation on the work of revitalization occurred in the region of the pier and downtown Rio!!! Congratulations on your good taste, highlighting the VLT ...!!!
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  • 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.
  • Lindo museu com design futurista.
  • Fake ass! Save water but we have a giant pool in the backyard... Not a single effort has been done for the future ; where are the recycling bins?! Didn't learn anything in the permanent exhibition and luckily I understand Portuguese because most hasn't been translated. It looks like it is totally targeting locals because there are a lot of pictures without explanation (i.e. the mud river flooding, luckily someone explained it to me) The downstairs free exhibition about Dunont was nice tho.
  • Very modern building where we found 2 exhibitions. The first one was about planet, where man kind was described in quite bad colors. I would doubt with selected approach. Due to Olympics, we were forced to buy tickets via an online website. The second exhibition, related to astronautics, was quite poor, but ideal for people who love making pictres of themselves.
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