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“Museum of Tomorrow”
Review of Museum of Tomorrow

Museum of Tomorrow
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US$ 12.00*
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Museum of Tomorrow Admission Ticket
Ranked #47 of 711 things to do in Rio de Janeiro
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: The Museum of Tomorrow is a new kind of Science museums. Here you are invited to examine the past, understand today's global trends and envision possible scenarios for the next 50 years through immersive audiovisual environments, interactive installations and games available to public in Portuguese, English and Spanish. The Museum has areas dedicated to temporary exhibitions, an auditorium for events, an inviting café, a restaurant and a Museum shop. The Museum also has three specific areas of programming: Education, Laboratory of Tomorrow and the Observatory of Tomorrow.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Stairs / lift, Food available for purchase, Wheelchair access, Activities for young children, Lockers / storage, Activities for older children
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

Marvellous addition to the sights & Museums in RioDeJaneiro.
This new museum in Centro on the waterfront just near the Cruise Terminal is fantastic and has great exhibits about the future.
A very nice experience with 50% discounts on Entry to over 60 years aged people.
A nice way to spend a morning or afternoon.

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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

This museum is for sure a must see when you visit Rio de Janeiro. The whole architecture is incredibly amazing. The fact that it is right by the Bay adds a special touch to it. You will for sure spend a lot of time analysing the outside structure. It is beautiful to walk around just looking at how the whole thing was put together. The pools, the garden are something that catch your attention... Put that on your to do list for your next visit to Rio...

Thank IraFreire
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

The Museum of tomorrow was one of the most impactful experiences I have had at a museum. The exhibits are very comprehensive, thoughtful in both imagery and written word. One will leave feeling both challenged and and inspired for a better tomorrow. Do visit the visual dome and watch the the dancing scarves...both quite beautiful. While some installments are quite heavy and dig deep into world problems, there are also loads of opportunity in the museum to feel moved and inspired. And, as many have already stated, the architecture is amazing!

1  Thank AmandaFlayer
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Reviewed 26 March 2018

There is not much that I would call memorable to see in this museum. The best is the architecture of the building itself and the views of the surrounding area.

1  Thank wwandrag
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Reviewed 23 March 2018

My husband and I ended up here on a whim on a free entrance day. The building itself is beautiful and the message was really moving: making changes to the way we live now so that we can have a better tomorrow. Some exhibits were in English and some weren't and we couldn't figure out how in the world to make the cards you are given upon entry work with the interactive exhibits but I would say it's still worth a visit.

Thank mopogra
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