The Coffee Museum is the most visited site in the city of Santos. The Coffee Museum, opened in 1998, is much more than a tourist place that exalts the main Brazilian export product at the end of the 19th century.
? It is an experience of varied sensations, ranging from the beginning of the cultivation of the grain to the consolidation of coffee as one of the national symbols. Permanent and temporary exhibitions, works of art, period furniture, thematic shop and cafeteria that serves the best coffee beans - and even the most expensive and rare in the country - are some of its many attractions.