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11 € for two rooms with a few replicas of the Da Vinci invention's is a lot.
Is the third exhibition i saw in the Cordoaria Nacional and sincerely I had enough.
I don't recommend any further exhibition organize by this local.
This is the exhibition Dinosaurs Alive. The exhibition corridors are covered in black curtains etc. and really not suitable for younger kids.
As it is a Portuguese local exhibition all text is in Portuguese.
The entrance fee is quite expensive, EUR 30 for a family....More
We visited this exhibition and it is very expensive for what you get. Dinosaurs are ok but only have information in Portuguese.
Beside that there is a 10 Minute show that is not informed at entrance and we couldn’t see it because we arrived 3...More
Our young son got too frightened as we entered so we asked for our money back but was refused, stating there are no refunds (we barely entered into the exhibition). The tickets are very expensive and we bought a family ticket so very unhappy with...More
My toddler loved this (pricey) exhibit and wanted to go through it a third time, after we indulged him two goes around the whole thing. My father and I both found it pretty tacky. Also, the building was freezing! Colder inside than it was outdoors.
Last time I visited this museum fotos made by Sebastião Salgado were on display. It was really impressive. This time there was an exhibition going on showing fotos made by Alfredo Cunha. The exhibition (ends April 25) shows black and white fotos from the early...More
When I visited this place there was an exhibition by the photographer Sebastião Slagado called 'Genesis'. It was a very impactful exhibition. There is a documentary on the author's project that lead the exhibition, shot by Wim Wenders (nominated to the oscars) and sold there....More
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