Museum of Football Sao Paulo Reviews
... if you are a football fan, you must see this ... Dec 07, 2009
Sao Paulo is the cultural capital of Brazil, and there is a couple of museums in the city. 'Museum of Football' (Museu do Futebol) is of them. It's inside the municipal stadium called Pacaembu.
The entrance of museum is not so tempting, you can see the jerseys and the logos of the low level Brazillian teams, the you may think "Is that it?". Because I thought like that.
However, when you go upstairs, the attractions will begin. First, you go a place like a movie theatre. There is a show about the reactions of Brazillian football fans in a variety of the clubs. Every clubs and their fans have different reactions about the actions during the match and it's pretty interesting.
Then you'll see the section where you can see the legends of Brazillian football from Rele to Zico, Didi to Ronaldo. And, you will see the legendary goals of those legends in a private monitors. It was very interesting to see that and the music inside the museum feels you like you're living the ambient.
Inside the next section, you can see the world cup history of Brazil and the other countries. It's pretty interesting to see these sportive information with a comparison of the political and artistic events of the same periods. Very nice!
Also there are some other things like 3D movie, shooting penalties, playing board or table football games etc.
If you wanna see and experience everything, you need 1-1,5 hours inside this museum. The price is 6 R$ for visitors and there is a 50% discount if you're a student.
Don't miss it!
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