Opened in 1995, the Museum of the Court is a cultural venue and realization of temporary exhibitions that seeks to preserve and disseminate information related to the Judicial Power Paulista.
It is located in the Palace of Count Sarzedas, building built in the late nineteenth century, restored and preserved by Conpresp, which preserves in its structure and decor memories of a former Sao Paulo. The collection consists of objects, furniture, and processes of historical documents, clothing, paintings and architectural assets.
Museum of the Court of São Paulo
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Address: Rua Conde de Sarzedas, 100 – Sé – Downtown – São Paulo.
Phone: (11) 3295-5819.