This museum should definitely be on your list if you are visiting Lisbon, not only for their collection of tiles but also for the building itself. The monastery was built in the XVI century and survived the earthquake, it has a beautiful church and chapels. The collection of the tiles and tile panels is amazing! You can see tile panels that have always been part of the monastery, tiles saved from destroyed buildings (palaces, churches) and some donated. Just beautiful. Definitely don't forget your camera. And then end the visit with a snack at their restaurant/cafeteria which is decorated with tiles as well.
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