Museums in Lisbon

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Museums in Lisbon

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  • Caroline LP
    London, UK183 contributions
    Amazing museum with a wide range of art and artefacts. I loved that there was artists from different countries and fair few from the UK too, more that I have noticed at the other museums visited.
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • Vesna Z
    64 contributions
    Museum is little bit outside center,but reachable in few minutes with taxi.You can see the development of tile making through history and be amazed by that.Also there is impressive church to see,fully decorated with azulejos.
    Written February 19, 2024
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  • Quill2005
    Ocala, FL228 contributions
    A special, wonderfully decorated church full of gilded décor. The side chapels are quite something to see. Be sure to while you’re here, to visit the adjacent museum as well which contains impressive ecclesiastical objects.
    Written January 5, 2024
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  • Bob R
    Belgrade, Serbia559 contributions
    Great museum which has 2 parts. You can see great works by Bosch, Raphael, Durer, Morales and many others. Just be prepared, it is quite cold inside, so do not leave your jacket in cloakroom.
    Written December 28, 2023
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  • Caroline LP
    London, UK183 contributions
    This was our second visit here I wanted to bring my daughter who is into history and this place has that and more. It was a great visit and I particularly liked the modern art too. Worth a visit, note you can get here by the Santa Justa lift or you can walk !
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • zadar3000
    Zadar, Croatia18 contributions
    Real science, wonderful place to see science in action. So many things to try and experience. Perfect for families with kids
    Written September 20, 2022
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  • Kelly C
    Alexandria12 contributions
    We stopped in because it’s included in the Lisboa card. I wouldn’t go out if the way to go here and it might not be worth it without the card, but it’s near many other attractions in Belem and I thought it was neat to check out. A bunch of old royal horse drawn carriage cars, a temporary exhibit, and some royal artwork all in a cool old building .
    Written January 21, 2024
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  • Liz P
    Leeds, UK489 contributions
    This is a stunning museum in the former home of an incredibly wealthy Portuguese businessman. The contents are exquisite and as it was incredibly quiet when we visited, we were able to have plenty of time to look round.
    Written December 1, 2023
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  • Jennifer R
    Washington DC, DC25 contributions
    The museum is attached to the Jeronimos Monastery so it's an easy transition once you've gone through the cathedral and monastery. Very much worth the visit. Beautifully detailed replicas of various ships, paintings and historical accounting of the rich history and importance of the Portuguese explorers and their fleets. Full sized boats displayed as well. Don't miss the King and Queen's ship cabins!
    Written January 17, 2024
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  • Massimo P
    Bologna, Italy6 contributions
    Visiting the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC/CCB) was a very pleasant experience. The diverse collection and thought-provoking exhibits provided a captivating journey through modern artistic expressions. The museum's atmosphere was welcoming, enhancing the overall enjoyment of the visit.
    Written February 19, 2024
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  • VTWarwick
    2 contributions
    We enjoyed the experience but did not find it Deaf friendly for those with a hearing loss. If you have useful hearing to access the Audible’s around the experience, you will be fine. Instructions given at each of the set ups was not captioned and the rooms were mostly dark, making it difficult to lip-read (in addition to unfamiliar accents).
    Written February 11, 2024
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  • ArttravellerGuide
    Rome, Italy18 contributions
    This museum is inside a former prison, and displays its history, in particular the recent history of Portugal under the fascist dictatorship until its end in 1974.
    A testimony of the resistance and fight for the freedom of the country.
    The museum is located near the Sé Patriarcal cathedral and close to the Roman Theatre Museum.
    Written January 6, 2024
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  • Rebecca F
    Farmers Branch, United States74 contributions
    Building art and architecture is beautiful and the history amazing. Natural exhibits are in renovation but a visit is still beneficial.
    Written September 17, 2023
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  • Vera G
    1 contribution
    A great learning environment, It’s the ideal place to go if you’re looking for an understanding of things without needing to know a lot about the subject
    Written April 26, 2022
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  • BRGTurner
    Edinburgh, UK8 contributions
    I was amazed at how much history there was beneath the streets of central Lisbon. The archaeological remains are really impressive, but the star of the show is the use of technology to bring the different layers to life. We had an excellent guide who took us seamlessly through the history of life, death and industry under the surface. I've been to many famous archaeological sites around the world, but the interpretative techniques that reveal this one make the visit hard to beat.
    Written February 20, 2024
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