The TV Museum recalls the history of those who made the Brazilian and domestic utensil television itself. Are 8000 photos, equipment, costumes, televisions and an audiovisual collection of nearly 160 testimonies, including reports of Dercy Gonçalves, Boni, Eva Wilma and Walter Avancini.
The museum has more than 60 original scripts of radio and television programs, 10 lighting materials and 50 original costumes of the time programs. Some rarities are also exhibited in the museum, as a TV of the year the opening of the TV Tupi ( and the first color ).
Address: Rua Vargem do Cedro, 140 – Sumaré – West Side – São Paulo.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visits require previous booking.