Loading

Sorry, we could not find any tours for Train Museum, Rio de Janeiro

Train Museum, Rio de Janeiro

The Train Museum has a modest collection of 19th century engines, train cars used by emperors and presidents, and streetcars..

The Train Museum has a modest collection of 19th century engines, train cars used by emperors and presidents, and streetcars.


Hours

Sun

NA

Mon

NA

Tue

NA

Wed

NA

Thu

NA

Fri

NA

Sat

NA

About Train Museum

 Rua Arquias Cordeiro, 1046 - Engenho de Dentro, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazil

 +55 21 2269-5545

 www.rffsa.gov.br

Train Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

Engenhão Stadium

Estádio Olímpico João Havelange, known by its nickname of Engenhão, is a soccer stadium that was built for the Pan-American Games of 2007

Grajaú State Park

The 55-hectare Grajau State Park within Tijuca Forest preserves some of the original Atlantic forest and is home to a wide range of species including marmosets, bush dogs, guinea pigs, parakeets, vultures, and hawks

Musical sidewalks of Vila Isabel

The mosaic sidewalks along Boulevard 28 de Setembro between Praça Maracanã and Praça Barão de Drummond are musical staves

Museum of Astronomy and Related Sciences

Also has an observatory

Rio de Janeiro Zoo

If you won't be making it to the Amazon or the Pantanal, the Rio de Janeiro Zoo is a good place to see some of Brazil's more exotic creatures as well as species from around the world

Museu Nacional

The National Museum in Paço de São Cristóvão (Palace of Saint Christopher) is Brazil's natural history museum, exhibiting dinosaur fossils, mounted animals and insects, minerals, and meteorites, as well as archaeological artifacts and aboriginal utensils

Tijuca Forest

You do not have to go far to explore a tropical Brazilian rainforest

Museu do Açude

Housed in the former residence of Raymundo Ottoni de Castro Maya, one of the founders of the Modern Art Museum, the Museu do Acude displays a collection of items from the history of Portuguese rule, including furniture, kitchenware, and an array of ''azulejos'', or Portuguese blue tiles

Maracanã Stadium

Once the world's highest capacity football venue, it was able to hold nearly 200,000 people

Museum of the First Reign

The Museu do Primeiro Reinado or Museum of the First Reign is dedicated to the reign of Emperor Pedro I (1822-1831)