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This museum is a treasure that is both historically rich and a visual treat. The quality and breadth of the tile exhibits is extraordinary. And the chapel is absolutely breathtaking. It's a must-see if you're in Lisbon.
Portugal has been using tiles decoratively on its architecture to great visual effect for centuries. To understand how this beautiful art form took flight, spend a few hours at the National Tile Museum. Housed within an old, large 16th religious convent, the museum has a...More
I really enjoyed the Azulelo Museum, it's in a superb setting and there is a lot to see, well laid out. The history and development of the glazed tiles in Portugal can be studied in whatever depth you require and by the look of things,...More
The tile museum in Lisbon is definitely worth a visit! Tiles are such an important part of Portugal and this is a must while in Lisbon. I loved seeing old and new tiles alike and the building itself is gorgeous. The museum is a little...More
It's a little out of the way, so consider a bus or uber. It was a fine overview that helped us really understand the Portuguese perspective on Azulejos. If you have the time don't miss it. We skipped lunch there, but they have a very...More
We took a 2 hour tour of the facility which features the history of tile and tile making in the area. Loved seeing examples of the evolution of the product to the present day. The star of the exhibit is a giant tile panorama of...More
A fantastic museum, if you are interested in tiles. Lovely pieces in a great location. The tile panorama of Lisbon alone on the top floor is worth the visit!
The staff at the entrance was extremely unfriendly for no reason at all.
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We purchased tickets when we arrived at the museum. There was no line and it wasn’t at all crowded but we were there midweek in September. If you are traveling in the busy summer months or visiting on a weekend you may want... More
We purchased tickets when we arrived at the museum. There was no line and it wasn’t at all crowded but we were there midweek in September. If you are traveling in the busy summer months or visiting on a weekend you may want to purchase in advance. Hope that helps.