Beautiful beaches, nice waterfront and bustling bars, restaurants and very friendly places. But Aracaju has even more! The history and culture are present in various parts.

The Palácio-Museu Olímpio Campos built in 1863 is currently used to preserve the memory of Sergipe, the Museu da Gente Sergipana which, in different environments and through interactive features, exposes aspects of popular culture, the Centro de Arte e Cultura J. Inácio, with exhibit and sale of arts and crafts, and the Catedral Metropolitana, from 1875, in the Historic Center, next to Parque Teófilo Dantas.

The aquatic fauna of the sea of Sergipe and the São Francisco River is in the Oceanário de Aracaju, maintained and run by the Fundação Pró-Tamar. At eighteen freshwater and thirteen saltwater aquariums, the Oceanário brings together seventy native species of Sergipe and besides appreciating the marine animals, visitors have the opportunity to learn about the aquatic ecosystem of Sergipe.

A little climb to the Igreja de Santo Antônio, birthplace of Aracaju, will be rewarded by a panoramic view that includes the estuary of the Sergipe River and the island of Santa Luzia.