The Museum of Public Transportation provides a return to the past. Seven vehicles, about 1,500 photographs and 1,500 books, and furniture, objects and documents on the development of urban transport. There you can see rarities as the first tram circulating in Brazil in 1859 and the first trolleybus manufactured in Brazil, produced in 1960.
Founded at the initiative of former employee of CMTC Gaetano Ferolla and enriched by donations from collectors and institutions, the museum was opened in 1985 and is currently maintained and administered by SPTrans.
Museum of Public Transportation
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Address: Avenida Cruzeiro do Sul, 780 – Canindé – Downtown – São Paulo.
Phone: 3315-8884 (guided tours).
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