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    The Electricity Museum, known by the locals as “Casa da Luz”, is located in the building where the Funchal Thermal Power Station once operated. The museum displays documents and machinery that give visitors an idea of how the region’s electricity supply network evolved.

    The permanent exhibition allows visitors to go through various periods in the development of electricity, not only in the region but also around the world, and includes interactive elements.

    The museum also hosts temporary exhibits on a wealth of subjects.

    Informações

    Horário Tuesday through Saturday 10.00-12.30 and 14.00-18.00
    Closed Sundays, Mondays and public holidays
    Morada Rua Casa da Luz, nr. 2
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    Contactos

    +351 291 211 480

    mcl@eem.pt

    banner Funchal, the capital of the Madeira archipelago, was declared a city in the 1500s, and became an important point between the old and new worlds. The laid-back city owes much of its historical prominence to the white gold, the Madeiran sugar. Today Funchal is known for its appealing temperatures, wine and crafts. Top spots to visit include the open Worker's Market, Blandy's Wine Lodge and the Sacred Art Museum. Friendly locals, walkable streets and cheap taxis make the city easy to get around. SEE ON TRIPADVISORseta Mapa Turístico do Funchal

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