Interactive exhibitions on outer space, the Earth and its biodiversity, the impact of humankind on the world, and the future of the main currents and challenges of the Earth.
There are not many niche visitors in this museum, and there are not many exhibits inside, but I think there is still something that touches me. The focus here is more on our human beings and our future.
This is a new and novel museum. The exterior uses a lot of new composite materials. The entire structure of the museum is also very good. You can see many exquisite objects here. The location of the museum is also quite good. The surrounding landscape is very good.
[Fun] Very interesting activity
It’s not an exaggeration to describe him as the most beautiful modern building in Rio
Located in the new beach area, it is said that because of the Olympic Games, the part of the CBD on the north side of the military port has become active.
The tram passing by the gate square greatly increases the transportation convenience of the place. The huge aerial structure of the entire museum is also very conspicuous
From the perspective of environmental protection, ecology and the future, a large number of modern equipment is used. The huge floor-to-ceiling windows on the north side face the ocean and the Hougang Bay Bridge. The scenery is also beautiful
Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, designed the "Museum of Tomorrow" (2010), aiming to transform Rio de Janeiro's ancient seaside area into a vibrant cultural area and residential community. The space feels good #Brazil modern architecture boutique! ! ! !
This museum is very visual and interactive. There are a lot of exhibits about our global impact as nations and individuals, and inspires visitor to want to make a change in the way they are affecting the planet.
What looks like a spaceship perched on the edge of Rio's port is perhaps the most fascinating and captivating architectural wonder I have ever seen. The museum itself is well-guided and full of information about space, time and evolution. My favorite part is the outside esplanade which captures a fantastic view of the city from all angles.
The World Cup has come and gone, but the Olympics are just a year away, so Rio is still in rejuvenation mode: in 2015, visitors will be welcomed by an unusual new structure, a fish-shaped marvel alongside the water conjured by Santiago Calatrava. Museu do Amanhã (the Museum of Tomorrow) will examine science, humanity, and how our choices and actions are impacting our future. Expect interactive exhibits dedicated to population growth, climate change, and human behavior—and to leave with a newfound awareness of our planet and resources.