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We visited the museum and gardens on our last day of our city break to Lisbon. The museum is definitely somewhere to go to if the weather is poor, they had many fascinating exhibitions, the staff were helpful and your learnt different things that your would in a British museum…
This is a small museum but quite interesting. The architecture is amazing and if you have a student card from the University of Lisbon, there is a discount. I also bought ULisboa stuff at the gift shop. They had backpacks from the university.
We went to this museum as we were expected rain but it ended up being one of the best things we did in Lisbon, the building itself is huge, impressive and beautiful. The tickets are good value, especially with the botanical gardens included. About half the exhibits had English…
My daughter and I enjoyed the museum well enough but there was not enough explanation for what you were seeing and when there was half the time there was no English so we just had to guess a lot. We also incythd gardens but were so disappointed in them. There were no flowers or…
This museum was not on our list of places to visit, but since it’s was forecasted rain throughout the day we’ve decided to go. You’ll need about 2hrs if going with small children. The museum collection has a mix of mineralogy, rooms with interactive experiences for children, and…