Opened in 2012, the Museum of the Lamp has articles that tell the history of lighting and lamp since prehistory. Its collection includes research, materials and equipment that reproduce the timeline, since the discovery of fire, the invention of the light bulb to the modern lamps used today.
In one of the rooms, are lamps – replicas and originals – of the 1920s and 30. The oldest is from 1900. One of its installations is a simulation of Thomas Edison desktop, inventor and scientist, where you can meet instruments and part of his inventions.
Museum of the Lamp
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on some Saturdays according to the schedule.
Address: Avenida João Pedro Cardoso, 574 − Campo Belo − South Side − São Paulo.
Phone: (11) 2898-9358.