Solar da Marquesa
Down a set of narrow downtown side streets stands one of the city’s last surviving 18th-century residences. This simple but delightful...
Casa da Imagem
Beautifully curated (and English signed!) from some 710,000 historical photographs, this newly inaugurated museum inside a restored...
Páteo do Colégio
Occupying the exact spot where São Paulo was founded in 1554 by Jesuit brothers José de Anchieta and Manoel da Nóbregra, this mission is...
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Caixa Cultural information
This cultural center, sponsored by Brazil’s state-owned Caixa Economica bank, occupies a grand neoclassical-style building with an imperious facade of black marble. Temporary exhibits of major Brazilian artists are shown on the first two floors, and the executive office suite on the 6th floor has been turned into an oddly fascinating museum of the bank’s history.