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That museum is so important to understand how Manaus became a city in the middle of the jungle. The Amazonas Theater was built thanks to the wealth brought by the Latex exploitation. It is also the memory of the people who worked under terrible conditions..
Great simple museum that leaves you with a good sense of what is the history behind the rubber industry of the Amazonas. Tours in Portuguese. On the way back ask to stop at praia da lua and order fresh fish and watch the sunset..
We read about this place and thought it would be fun to learn about a rubber plantation. We went on our own and was sorry to see on arrival that as well as no guide being able to speak English, there was no written details...More
It is very easy to access from Marina do. Davi. Just take a water taxi (basically it is some sort of public transport), which costs 12Rs per person per way. Arriving at the marina you can already see it. (Don't get caught by any tourist...More
We stopped here as part of a larger overall tour of the area. I would have to say the tour was very well done, informative and worth the time we spent there. The place is actually an old movie set that recreated what an actual...More
I recommend this place. You are going to see how people lived in the rubber time in the Amazon. The house is amazing with wonderful furniture (I saw a German piano there!). The guide was very friendly and showing all of the aspects of day...More
This museum, a 30 minutes, 12 real (one way) boat ride from the marina de Davi is incredible. The contrast between the opulence of the main house and the abject poverty of the bonded labor in the forest is shocking to discover. Portuguese only
This museum was actually a set built for a movie, made after a real village known for latex extraction of the Seringueira trees. It is cheap to visit and there is a guide explaining everything about this era. I'm not sure if there is any...More