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Museum of Tomorrow, Rio de Janeiro

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TripAdvisor
  • Great ride, very quiet square, is in the port area of Rio de Janeiro, a beautiful view, hot days the photos look great. Recimendo.
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  • It's huge, fun, has everything in three languages. But even lack some information. Miss learn that thing I didn't know, be amazed ... very little content to show.
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  • I like to see the region revitalized port and no apparent risk to the safety of pedestrians. I didn't join in the Museum, but the surroundings gave me impression, people walking, riding a bike, etc, very beautiful.
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  • Great experience! Everyone should go there at least once in a lifetime. I will go back there at the first opportunity I have.
  • While the special effects were spectacular, the outcome is probably not sustainable - which is ironic, since the whole museum is really set up to "scare you into believing that humans are destroying the world". Disappointing. The architecture of the building, however, is fantastic!
  • The recently inaugurated Museum of Tomorrow designed by Santiago Calatrava is located in Rio de Janeiro’s newly renovated Port Zone in Pier Mauá. The museum offers free admission on Tuesdays. The queues can be long but the wait is worth it.
  • Horrible long queues even if you buy the tickets before you go. Been here over an hour and half and have not yet seen anything, only queued. What is the point on buying the tickets for a certain time, if they let everyone in and then fail to actually organise it? This is a waste of time - you are better off seeing the outside of the building and going somewhere else instead.
  • This is a nice museum that is involved in the conscience of the impact of human on the the earth. I recommend to buy the tickets online to avoid to lose too much time in the entrance.