the museum is spead out over quite a large area and on several levels giving you an insite the many differing cultures that have taken over evora.
We had heard, both in reviews and in the writings of one of Portugal's great writers Jose Saramago, that this is a very respectable museum for being in such a small city. Well, I beg to differ. First of all, it does, yet indeed, have some nice holdings. But the size of the collection is modest, and there wasn't anything... More
artifacts associated with the stone, bronze and iron age were on view - some associated with the megalith complex lovely building with the glass floors and creative lighting annoying were the out of control school kids yelling and screaming! happily they left after 15 minutes, peace and quite returned, perfect for quiet contemplation enjoyable place to spend a few hours
This museum is fascinating and gives you a good feel for the history of Evora. It has some interesting artworks, roman artefacts and a nice little gift shop.
The Museum deserves more than five star for the display of Roman and middle age collection. Plan at least two hours and you will not be disappointed. Very close to Temple Diana
Astounded to see so many treasures for such a small place. The place was deserted, but full of expensive artefacts. didn't expect to enjoy it, but the displays were varied
Very important collection of paintings - the most important such in the Alentejo. Dodgy translations into English, however.
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