Museu Do Futebol, Sao PauloCurrently Closed
- Address: Praca Charles Miller, S/N - Pacaembú, São Paulo - SP, 01234-900, Brazil, Sao Paulo
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +55-1136633848
- Ticket Price: 6 BRL
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
About Museu Do Futebol, Sao Paulo
Ask any Brazilian their top three favourite things and sure enough, football is bound to feature in here. The best way to experience this craze is during a football event where the entire city is on its feet cheering for their favourites.
Even if you aren't a fan of the 'beautiful game', you'll find the visit to the museum quite enjoyable. The story of the sport is told through memorabilia that actually played a pivotal role in shaping the game we know today; fans and all. With over two floors of multimedia exhibits and presentations, it's going to be difficult staying away from here.
Museu Do Futebol Ticket Prices
- Students can avail of a discounted price of R$3.
- On Thursdays, admissions are free.
How To reach Museu Do Futebol by Public Transport
- R. Itatiará, 261 (bus stop)
Restaurants Near Museu Do Futebol
- Casa do Pao de Queijo
- Raizes Chop Pizzaria
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Things to Know Before Visiting Museu Do Futebol
95% of people who visit Sao Paulo include Museu Do Futebol in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
81.95% of people start their Museu Do Futebol visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museu Do Futebol
93.29% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museu Do Futebol
Museu Do Futebol, Sao Paulo Reviews
Some interesting exhibits but lack of English information made it far from perfect
Great museum for who love football or not! Sometimes at the weekends the entrance is free. It needs to be updated
Nice inexpensive football historical museum with nice view of the stadium. It is rich with interactive areas and excellent sources such as old radio recorded, commented videos of epic plays and historical info.
It was a nice museum, although pretty much everything is in Portuguese. It had a lot of cool artifacts and exhibits. Plus you can walk into the stadium afterwards.
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.