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It was an okay visit, the organization is a bit confusing, which might cause you to miss a few places. Overall, it's a nice weekend visit/activitie, but if you've visit other National History Museums in Europe, you might be a bit disappointed.
Buy the joint ticket for the gardens and science museum. In late October the gardens were still in good condition- lots of lizards darting about on the trunks- some impressive palms and small small shrubs including bird of paradise plants. The museum was interesting but...More
If you go here and expect to see anything other than really nice vegetation and maybe some birds you may be disappointed, because that's what it is all about. It looks well maintained, and as with everything else in Lisbon bring your climbing legs. A...More
We love the fact that parks are so well used in Portugal and in particular that so many people choose to picnic there, especially during the long hot summer. So imagine our dismay when we discovered - having already paid the €3.00 entrance fee -...More
We only went to the botanical garden. And were most disappointed - it's certainly an oasis of green in one of the Lisbon suburbs but a poor garden compared to many others that we have been to in other major cities around the world.
I haven't visited the Museum, but the Botanical Garden is very good !!! Specimen are well identified, some indications in English and you can spend a few hours in a quiet place, pout of the noise of the city, but still in the middle of...More
I hate to be so harsh on the poor little Natural History Museum, but there is literally nothing worth viewing here. The rooms are bare and the exhibits are odd. No flow whatsoever. Compared to many of the other museums in Lisbon, this one is...More