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Football Museum, Sao Paulo

(4.6/5 based on 7,000+ reviews on the web)
Learn all about the "Beautiful Game" at Football Museum, located below the bleachers of the city’s iconic Pacaembu Stadium. The museum’s interactive exhibits, designed to narrate the history of Brazilian football in an easy-to-follow way, attract both die-hard fans and casual visitors, who may be discovering Brazil’s favorite sport for the very first time. Explore hundreds of photographs and memorabilia of unquestionably the most successful national team in the sport’s history, and find out who Brazil’s 25 greatest-ever players are and how they were chosen. This modern museum uses holographic displays, touch-screen information panels, and a wide range of other media to highlight the national team’s memorable matches, coaches, and trophies. To visit Football Museum on your holiday in Sao Paulo, and find out what else Sao Paulo has to offer, use our Sao Paulo trip generator.
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  • Is sensational. A journey through the history of the sport in Brazil. Account of the life of players and personalities like Ayrton Senna. Has options of interaction and a lot of information, old stories and etc. Recommend in late afternoon, when no excursions with children small and noisy.
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  • Really worth the visit, all very new and organized! All areas of the Museum has multimedia and interaction with objects. The kids get lost!
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  • For those who like sports and know since your appearance until the present day is an excellent choice. Have a moment of interaction, where you hit a penalty and win a photo
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  • I think this museum is overrated. It primarily has TVs with the best scenes throughout the history of soccer in Brasil. Unless you're a huge football fan, I don't think it is worth a visit. Something that is more for teens.
  • Extraordinary museum that does not celebrates singular footballers, but brings you through the story of this sport growing together with the Brazilian people. Thus makes you understand why this sport is part of the deep cultural feeling the Nation. Charming photographic collection with the most important names of industry, politics, art and music that loved and supported football in many ways.
  • Simplesmente sensacional
  • Interesting museum, even for the non-football-fans, built under the tribunes of a football stadium. High tech multimedia exhibitions, and a view of the stadium.
  • Gostei da ideia!