Last Saturday (25), butanetan Organized an event to celebrate the reopening of the Science Parkinside 725 thousand square meters of green space and more than 20 attractions environmental, educational and leisure activities for all ages. Since last Sunday (26), the park has opened its doors to visitors from all over Brazil.
The event also marked the reopening of the Butantan Institute to the public after being closed for two years due to the pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. For now, the public already has access. Biology Museum, to Macari, to the Serpentarium, To the Oswaldo Cruz Garden and Vital Brazil Square.
The park’s mission is to promote “the dissemination of scientific memory and public health through the institute’s extensive collection” and as such, it also offers educational activities through events and entertainment. According to the institute, the Science Park’s goal is to attract one million visitors a year.
“We have used this pandemic moment to rebuild the park, restore historic buildings, and create a public visitation space associated with science education. It is a great joy for all of us in Bhutantan and now we hope to have the presence of the population of São Paulo state, Brazil and the world.” .
The governor of Sao Paulo, Rodrigo Garcia, was also present at the celebration and invited all state residents to visit the park and understand the importance of Bhutantan in the history of Brazilian medicine.
The month of July will also feature a special holiday program for kids, with scientific events, a demonstration of snake venom extraction, stories about jararacas and their colors, trails on Bhutantan’s forest trails, and other attractions coming soon. , the full program. will be on the official website.
Anyway, the build will be completely finished and ready to visit from July 5th. this The visit is free and can be done Monday through Sunday from 07:00 to 17:00. — museums are only open from Tuesday to Sunday. More information is available on Science Park’s official website.
“Since the epidemic is not over yet, it is important to follow guidelines for visiting the Science Park, such as wearing masks indoors and showing proof of vaccine against Covid-19 at the entrance of museums,” Bhutantan said in the official announcement. .
Source: Tec Mundo
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