SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO
CITY OF TOURIST INTEREST
São Bernardo do Campo has several buildings and monuments that are part of the city's cultural heritage. In addition to these attractions, which draw attention to the details and the historical and cultural value they have, São Bernardo do Campo offers a diverse culture in its spaces for theater, dance and music.
CHAMBER OF CULTURE - ANTONINO ASSUMPÇÃO
Built by Giuseppe D’Angelo, in 1890, it was the 1st City Council in São Bernardo, which involved the entire ABC region. In this place, in 1892, the first councilors elected by the people took office.
It was also used as an office for several mayors and was the headquarters of the “Casa dos Esportes”.
Open Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 7 pm, and Saturday, from 9 am to 6 pm.
Rua Marechal Deodoro, 1325 - Centro Tel.:(11) 4125-0054
SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO ART GALLERY
With an art collection that began in the late 1960s, the Art Gallery is the largest space for permanently displaying modern and contemporary art in the ABC region. It has four exhibition spaces, an auditorium, an art library and a sculpture garden.
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm, exceptionally on Thursdays, open until 8:30 pm.
Rua Kara, 105 - Jardim do Mar - Tel .: (11) 4125-4755
VERA CRUZ CONVENTION CENTER
In 1949 São Bernardo do Campo received the studios of the “Cia. Cinematográfica Vera Cruz”, which produced more than 40 films in the 1950s and 1960s, having Amácio Mazzaropi's films as the most famous ones. Currently, its 6000m² is used for large fairs and events and as studios for the film and television industry. The site will also house SESC (Social Service of Commerce).
Avenida Lucas Nogueira Garcez, 756 - Jardim do Mar
Former summer property of the Simosen family, it is related to the history of the city through the work of Wallace Simosen in favor of the emancipation of São Bernardo do Campo.
The property has historical and architectural importance, with a strong influence of the European style, mostly seen in its entrance.
Avenida Wallace Simonsen, 1800 - Nova Petrópolis