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Museu do Café, Santos
(4.5/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web)
Coffee is an integral part of the Brazilian economy beginning from the first Portuguese ship to the contemporary market. The Museu do Café takes you on this caffeinated journey through Brazilian history, from colonialization to the modern-day coffee export industry. If you're a coffee lover, it is only right to visit this remarkable piece of architecture to pay homage to an export that charges your mornings and Brazil's economy. The building itself is an impressive place that showcases the brilliance of late colonial architecture in Brazil. Be sure to visit the gift shop before you leave; there you’ll find some one-of-a-kind items that celebrate the all-powerful bean. Our Santos itinerary planner makes visiting Museu do Café and other Santos attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The Museum was very busy, we got in line to enter, the justification was that ship had come from tourists in porto. And the capacity is 120 visitors at a time. Beautiful historic building conservation. Ticket R$ 6.00 ($ 3.00). I don't get why we have to keep the bag in the locker, to visit the Museum. On the second floor, there are explanations with interesting chronology, but little English translation. On the first floor (ground floor) are empirical explanations, saw foreign tourists quite lost; the best on this floor are the works of Benedicto Calixto. Good, but missing cafeteria chairs to accommodate more people, so you can enjoy your coffee and get a snack. Nice and friendly waitresses.
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  • I've been twice to the official bag of coffee and it's always a very good, excellent service, super attentive and visitation guides from time and while the attractions are updated, ideal for technical visits and ride with the family, I highly recommend!
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  • Starting with the construction, the Museum is a beautiful building! There breathes history of heyday. And to finish, the coffee shop is a must!
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  • Great museum to learn about the history of coffee in the area and its implications on Brazil. Note: almost everything is in portuguese.
  • Unique!
  • Nice coffee but little items and information about cofee, process and brewing. Many info of coffee as a merchantile
  • Clássico, histórico e imponente
  • Ótimo ponto turístico de Santos!