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The Football Museum is a history museum which has been working to preserve and to distribute a holding of reference collections and memory indicators when it comes to a social phenomenon. Thus, as a mission, the Museum aims to investigate and to...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Praca Charles Miller S/N | Pacaembu Stadium, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01234-900, Brazil
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You probably need 2 hours here tops. This was a great museum but none of the placards are in English (nor Spanish) so it's not really prepared for foreigners. They do have an app you can use, along with their WiFi, that can be heard...More
This museum is accessible to the public, offers information in both english and portuguese, and is entertaining even for those who aren't soccer fans. The entry tickets are very cheap, especially if you're a student or public employee. The museum is well kept and is...More
Situed inside the Pacaembú Stadium, this place has many history to show and worth spend some hours to understand this number one passion in Brasil!
First of all, you will see a mixture of old and new football era with Pelé himself welcoming you!
Highlights of this neighbourhood include Pacaembu Stadium and the Museum of Soccer, but they are not the only attractions it offers. Street markets are part of São Paulo’s culture, and at Charles Miller Square you will find one of the city's best. Arrive early to be delighted by fresh fruits, vegetables, coconut water and “pastel”, fried dough filled with innumerable options including cheese, meat, and shrimp. If you are
into architecture, don’t miss Casa Modernista and Casa Buarque de Holanda, two historic houses. The small residential streets along Pacaembu offer quiet refuge from the chaotic traffic.