Brasilia Virtual Museum




Available on the Internet since 2012, on the Brazil Virtual Museum portal, it was developed by the Stories Office team (MG). It includes information about the country's capital from the perspective of its residents and based on researched made in public and private archives. It has photos, text testimonials and a 1791-2010 timeline.
More information:
http://www.museuvirtualbrasil.com.br/
museu_brasilia/






Museum of Documentary Photography



Brazil's first virtual museum focused on the dissemination of documentary photography. In its collection there is a collection of 299 photos on the March to the West – work of anonymous photographers – never before published. It also presents images photographers who have contributed to the dissemination and understanding of this shooting mode, as Orlando Brito and Rui Faquini.
More information: www.mfd.mus.br/pt/acervo





Sebrae Memorial



Opened in 2012, it had its physical exposure deactivated by the end of 2016. The virtual exhibition shows the history of Sebrae from 1960 to 2016, the history of the states units, as well as testimonials from directors, employees, customers and accredited members of this company that for more than 40 years has been supporting small businesses in Brazil.
More information: http://memorial.sebrae.com.br/




UnB Virtual Museum of
Science and Technology




Disseminates the UnB's (University of Brasília) scientific and technological production, making available to the public information about the Museum of Anatomy, the Astronomical Observatory, the Herbarium, the Experimentoteca, the Research Laboratory, the Seismological Observatory, the Museum of Earth Sciences and the zoological collection . All can be visited in person, providing an educational, fun and interactive experience.
More information: www.museuvirtual.unb.br




Virtual Museum of Brasília




It aims to disseminate the history and urban project of Lucio Costa, the arts and local artists, as well as providing information of interest to tourists visiting the Capital. On the Internet since 2011 – with an English version –, it presents testimonials of pioneers and a 360 ° virtual tour by tourist attractions such as the Cathedral and the National Congress, among others.
More information: www.museuvirtualbrasilia.org.br/PT/