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The Valongo Big House construction began in the mid-nineteenth century , in the historic center of Santos , in Sao Paulo. The building occupies the entire block in the Port area of the city , and have hosted the Hall and the Hall of Santos. Two...more
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Largo Marques de Monte Alegre | de frente a Igreja do Valor e Estação Valongo, Santos, State of Sao Paulo 11010-260, Brazil
Well worth a visit, especially the ground floor. Took me around 1 hour to see it all. The trophies were really nice to see and appreciate how people appreciated the genius of Pele. Also liked to see his own soccer boots.
The Pele Museum is in an odd neighborhood near the Port in Santos. The tourist trolley has ticket sales at the same counter under a pele motif, so be careful and make sure you are really buying Pele tickets. Museum is on 4 floors with...More
Anyone's visit to Brazil is not complete if you don't make an effort to Visit Museum of Pelé. And Santos Football club where Pelé, Nyemar used to play. Its like going back to memory lane for 30+ age groups and leading the root of Brazil...More
I was at Santos for business trip. From the begging and before arrival, I have as “target” to visit the museum of the Brazilian (and International) God of Football !!!Even that I was very busy, Cannot missing to visit his museum.
You can feel the peoples love to Pele in this museum.
There is many different and interesting ways to see and read about Pele.
The kind personal help and inform - just ask.
This is absolutely a most to visit - and you will not...More
Really enjoyed my stay. Great area downstairs about the start of Pele's career. Everthing explained both om english and portuguese. A lot of information of the brazilian team on 3 more floors. Great interactive part of the museum which shows both the world cup and...More
Wasn’t expecting much but this museum exceeded my expectations. The exhibit is much bigger than I expected and very informative throughout. The museum is English speaking friendly and doesn’t cost much to go in. A good way to spend a couple of hours in Santos.
Being a keen English football fan, found the museum interesting, particularly footage from 1970 World Cup and that Gordon Bank’s save. The museum cloud learn from European football museums, such as Porto’s in Portugal, which is far more interactive and dramatic. The games section was...More
Pele is the word's most famous football player, and he played for Santos, which is why there is a museum dedicated to him in this city. The building does not have a direct relationship with Pélé, but they argue he grew up in similar circumstances....More