Really well done museum on the history of coffee in Brazil and the world with English translations in each of the rooms for all of the items on display. We had hoped to get an English guide but because of some larger tour groups we were unable to so we walked from room to room and used the placards and... 更多
A must-go place! Not only it is located on an historical building that still hosts the coffee exchange market, it has a charming coffee shop, where you can enjoy a number of blends, tailored to your taste.
The price was $6 per adult and English is provided throughout the museum which has 2 levels to view in the original historic building where the coffee trade was conducted. The coffee shop provided the chance to enjoy a coffee and food is also available. Though there isn't any English menus. Recommended & is approx $25 one way for a... 更多
A nice old building and worth a visit. The trading floor has been maintained and there is a museum upstairs. The location is on the edge of old Santos town and has some nice walks around the cobbled streets. the port itself is rundown and industrial, nothing to see there.
The Coffee Museum keeps the history of Santos' Economy well-preserved and shows us all the items used by the workers back that century. The Trading Floor might be one of the most important places in the Museum; there the buying and selling of coffee was done. Looking up we can see a beautiful skylight with a image of The Epic... 更多
A very nicely restored building where coffee trading was king one time in Santos. A large area for children down stairs as they become a little bored with this Museum. There is much to read and see and you'll come out of here coffee smart. In both English and Spanish the only thing really missing was free samples. Many small... 更多