Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Brazilian Energy Museum

Opened in June 2006, the Energy Museum is located in a house that belonged to the family of Santos Dumont. Thematic exhibitions featuring aspects of energy and urban development in São Paulo, with emphasis on themes of enlightenment, energy efficiency and future trends related to consumption. This exhibition also serves for those who are looking for a way back into the past of the city and see how developments of urban life were made at the beginning of the last century. The house, which hosts this show, also contains an interesting historical plot. As previously mentioned, the family Dumont lived in it, during 80ies it was abandoned and then invaded. With the aim of teaching, admission is free. Open to the general public and also for groups. Teachers and institutions that are interested in bringing their students to know and thereby make their classes more interactive, should call the secretary of the Museum.


Alameda Cleveland, 601, Campos Eliseos— São Paulo
From 10 am to 7 pm.
How much: Free entrance
Phone: 3333-5600

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