Located on the west zone of the city, the region of Butantã, Morumbi and Vila Andrade has one of the largest concentrations of museums in São Paulo (city), due to the city campus of University of São Paulo.
Countless gardens and parks make it a very green area. On Butantã, the USP campus and the Institute that carries the district name have a strong influence on the composition of residents.
Vila Andrade, with its residencial high risers and several options of entertainment and shoppping has become the commercial center of the region.
The third and most famous district, Morumbi, holds a collection of the largests mansions in town and a few high class residentials buildings. It is also home to the State governor.
Metrô station of Butantã, and future stations São Paulo-Morumbi and Vila Sônia of line 4 - Yellow.
Stations Morumbi, Cidade Jardim, Hebraica-Rebouças and Cidade Universitária of line 9 - Esmerald of CPTM.
Buses that passes on avenues Marginal Pinheiros (towards Interlagos), Francisco Morato, Vital Brasil, Morumbi and Giovanni Gronchi.
The region is doorway for those who arrive or leave the city upstate or towards the South of the country by two roads: Raposo Tavares, by Avenida Alvarenga, e Regis Bittencourt, by avenue Professor Francisco Morato.
University of São Paulo (USP), the most important university of Brazil has its largest campus, called Cidade Universitária, on Butantã.
Casa de Cultura Japonesa, on USP. Japanese culture museum.
Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia, Avenida Prof. Almeida Prado, 1466, tel. 11 3091-5042, on USP. Archeology and etnology.
Herbário, Instituto de Biociências, na USP
Museu da Eduçacão e do Brinquedo, Faculdade de Educação, na USP.
MAC - Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Rua da Reitoria, 160, tel. 11 3091-3035. Museum of contemporary art.
Science Museum, Rua da Reitoria, 109, USP
Geoscience Museum, Rua do Lago, 562, USP
Crime Museum, Academia de Polícia, Dr. Coriolano Nogueira Cobra, praça Prof. Reinaldo Porchat, 219, tel. 11 3813-2233, on USP, 
Fundação Maria Luísa e Oscar Americano, Avenida Morumbi, 4077, tel. 11 3742-0077. A foundation where one can drink tea, see sculptures and keep in touch with nature. It was the site of Athina Onassis wedding.
Jockey Clube of São Paulo, Avenida Lineu de Paula Machado, 1263, Morumbi. Its main building features a typical italian fascist architecture. Holds bar and restaurant. 
Cícero Pompeu de Toledo Stadium aka Morumbi stadium, praça Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, s/n. Home of São Paulo Futebol Clube.
Instituto Butantã, av. Vital Brasil, 1500, tel. 11 3726-7222. Butantan institute holds latin america's largest collection of snakes and reptiles.
Casa do Bandeirante, praça Monteiro Lobato, s/nº, Butantã, from 9AM to 5PM.
Palácio dos Bandeirantes, Avenida Morumbi, 4.500, tel. 11 2193-8282. The seat of São Paulo state government and official residence, the palace is built on a cliff that overlooks Morumbi. Monitored visits to the palace and its garden.
Capela do Morumbi, Avenida Morumbi, 5387, tel. 11 3106-2218, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9AM to 5PM. Historic chapel.
The Hill Residence, Avenida Giovanni Gronchi, 5201, tel. 11 3749-6788. 
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