Dating back to the 19th century, the Centro Cultural do Banco do Brasil is situated in the heart of Downtown Rio De Janeiro. What at one time was a bank was eventually turned into a cultural center, and there, visitors can take a tour of the center at no cost. Exhibits in the exhibit rooms change commonly, with the exception of a collection of Brazilian coins that are always being shown. Also on the premises, the cultural center has a library, cinema, video room and three theaters all devoted to anything from photography to other experimental films.
Formerly the office of the Bank of Brazil, it is now used to organize various international exhibitions for free visits. On the second floor is the exhibition hall, and on the fourth floor is a coin museum with precious coins from different countries and different times. Next to it is the Brazilian Banking Museum which shows the history of the development of the Brazilian Bank and the round office.
If it's sunny today, I probably won't go to the museum for as long as I do today! ___________ The museum is located in a busy area, and there are many cool things to do within walking distance, so it's not difficult to find time to visit. Now on display is a Brazilian children's television program from the 1990s, which has illusory colors and can walk around it. What I'm more interested in is a permanent exhibition about the history of money. There are many different notes and coins from all over the world. In my opinion, there are better museums in Rio worth visiting.
Even if the current exhibition is not very attractive to you, this place is worth visiting. Be sure to take a look at the basement, which used to be a bank vault. You can see the gate and the thick and strong. It's not very close to the subway station and can't be reached by bus (because it's on the pedestrian street). You may want to check the starting point of their free traffic. The ferry can shuttle in this area, and you'll get off in front of the scenic spot. There's also a safe way to get there if you visit at night, but if it's a weekend, it's worth recommending sightseeing around the city.
I don't like it that much from the outside, but when you walk in, you find that it's really a magical building, whether it's decoration or its architectural style. Many important events are held here.
The Bank Culture Center is a great institution. Here we can enjoy the development of Brazilian banking industry and suggest that it is good to come here and do financial work in advance.
Funding and concern is mainly made by the state-owned Banco Brazil. This century-old building is well maintained and houses various public exhibitions, at the national and international levels. Air conditioning and bathroom are very good. Although there is no restaurant. An old elevator will take you upstairs if you like.
The Bank of Brazil Cultural Center is a good place to visit. It can exchange different areas of Brazilian currency. It is also a currency exhibition hall. You can see many strange coins.
It's a great cultural center. It's very advanced and well-ordered. It's a great experience.
It is one of the must-go scenic spots. The traffic is very convenient. There is a direct bus, and the tickets are free. Do not take pictures if you want to prohibit taking pictures.
The Brazilian Bank Cultural Center often has special exhibition announcements in advance, which is worth visiting. It's worth going. Come back here next time.