Small museum, full of history and very charming! Great for kids as well, we have the chance to learn about some curious things, in a friendly atmosphere with great staff! I can say that you need about 1 hour or so for this visit, and you really should include on your trip!
I haven't been to all of Gramado/Canela's attractions, but this on is on my "best of the best" list. Although not very long - it may take you up to 1h30 to see it all, it is very well explained and maintained. There are working miniatures of great steam machines, and also some real ones so you can see inside... 更多
A really cool museum dedicated to showing how steam powered the industrial revolution, once it arrived in Brazil....Steam-powered water pumps, saws for logging, some old-time German steam-powered tractors and, of course, the recreation at the front door of a steam locomotive that plowed through a train station in Paris about 100 years!.....Spare yourself the little train ride that lasts all... 更多
It has interesting steam machines exposed, like a steam clock, a steam powerstation (miniature), a papermill (also miniature), but the price is too high for so few of them and some are even repetead...
It is a very good option for rainy days, curious kids or both. It has many stations that explain how many process we use in our daily lives in a pratical way. The train ride is quite amusing.
Cheap and very interesting. The concepts of the use of vapor in the industry are well explained (someone explains and demonstrate the concept). Cool place for the kids. There is also a place inside to take vintage photographies but that is paid additionally if wanted.