The Soccer Museum, open in 2008, was created to celebrate the sport that Brazilians are passionate about. The Museum is located in the Pacaembu Stadium, one of the best-known stadiums of São Paulo and fascinates even those who are not entirely a fan.
Build in an area of 6,900 m ², the Museum will provide an amazing audiovisual experience. At the Museum, the sport’s history is shown through 18 thematic rooms, 1,500 photographs, 5 hours of videos and other materials.
In addition to seeing the pictures, you can feel the excitement of the fans through the cries of the crowd on the big screens and hear goals marked in the audio cabins.
For those who already love soccer, the Museum is a must-see on your trip to Sampa. For those who do not have much interest in the sport, the Museum can completely change your mind once you get to know its space and feel the emotion it transmits in every carefully planned detail.
R$ 9.00 (students, people over 60 years old and retired, with proof, pay R$ 4.50). Admission is free for children up to 7 years old and people with disabilities. On Saturdays, admission is free for everyone.
Estádio do Pacaembu, Praça Charles Miler, S/n - Pacaembu - São Paulo, SP
If you are in a big group, it might be a good idea to rent a van to visit the Museum and its surroundings.
You can take the subway and get off at Clínicas Station (x line) or Palmeiras-Barra Funda Station (red line). In both stations, you will need to take a bus to get to the Museum. See more details and check out the subway map.
Bus lines leading to all parts of town pass through the Museum. Check bus itineraries at the SPTrans website.