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Inaugurated in 1998, the Coffee Museum is one of the main touristic attractions of the City of Santos and has as main purpose to preserve and make known the history of coffee in Brazil and in the world. By means of objects, documents and audiovisual...more
Hours Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Rua Quinze de Novembro 95, Santos, State of Sao Paulo 11010-151, Brazil
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Great history and presentation of this important part of the heritage of the region. This is the number one place to visit in the Santos old town. And there are good restaurants a short walk from the museum.
This is a relatively small but interesting museum spread over two floors of the building giving the history of coffee and coffee trading in Santos. As noted by other contributors, it would be difficult to understand detail of the various exhibits if one does not...More
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Regarding your observation about the lack of translation in some parts of the exhibits, we would like to emphasize...More
The Coffee Museum is a museum with two floors of exhibits about coffee. The exhibits tell the story of the coffee trade in Brazil and Santos. One needs about an hour to see all of the exhibits. There is limited English in the museum, so...More
Located in the old part of the city of Santos, close to the harbour, the Coffee Stock Exchange was built in 1920 and held auctions until 1950, It became a museum in 1998 after a massive restauration that brought it to the excellent condition it...More
Went here as part of a tour from our cruise ship. Interesting architecture, the history of coffee in Brazil, and a spectacular stained glass ceiling from the Colonial Period. It's something to do in Santos, but I probably wouldn't return, "Been there, Done That." You...More
I appreciate the importance of coffee to the history and culture of Santos and Brazil as a whole; but the exhibits at this museum are not the best. If you need to fill an hour give it a go but if you don’t go it’s...More
We went here while on a day in Santos from a cruise, having got a taxi from the port area the Coffee Museum, old town, tram and Pele Museum are all very close together. (Pele Museum has free wifi!) It is a beautiful building and...More
The museum itself is a beautiful building. You learn the importance of coffee in Brazil through the years. Even though we have been to many coffee plantations and seen coffee grow, we found this to be an interesting stop.
Left the Celebrity Cruise ship to tour Santos, Brazil. We stopped at the Coffee Museum for a visit. The entry ticket was inexpensive at 5 Reales. The ceiling had a beautiful stained glass piece from the turn of the century. The Trading Floor had nice...More