Known as Magic Island for the charm that its beaches, climate and natural beauty exert on those who live in or visit the city, Florianópolis has many stories to tell. At this point, museums have a prominent role, as each one, in its own way, deals with a heritage that expresses the facets of a people molded in a multicultural melting pot.
These are spaces dedicated to the memory of illustrious characters, the arts, politics, religiosity, war development, popular demonstrations, the history of primitive man or the personal desire to bequeath to the city collections formed for a lifetime.
Most of these spaces are managed by the public power, such as museums. History of Santa Catarina, of Art of Santa Catarina (Men), of Image and Sound (MIS), of Archeology and Ethnology, of Arms Major Lara Ribas, of trash, of the Santa Catarina Judiciary e of the Nativity scene, in addition from the Ethnographic House of the Azores. The latter, in Biguaçu, in Greater Florianópolis, houses an important collection on the development and preservation of Azorean culture in Santa Catarina.
Discover Floripa and Region accompanied by professionals with more than 15 years of experience in the market. We set up exclusive and personalized cultural, historical and natural itineraries for you. Visits to the oyster farm, bird and whale watching, trails, rafting, free flight, boat trip, thermal tourism, cachaça and beer, shopping, Beto Carrero, shows, events, transfers and city tour through the historic center. ... [See more]
The Archaeoastronomy Center, in partnership with the Multidisciplinary Institute for the Environment and Archaeoastronomy – IMMA, brings together a collection of rock art panels (frotagens), archaeological artifacts, photographic panels, in addition to the trail created to give access to the megalithic monuments of Morro da Galheta, the Prayer Trail. ... [See more]