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Although the internet said it was free - it is only so for permanent residents of Portugal. However, I feel fine about paying €5 to support this hidden gem of a decorative and art museum. It isn’t the biggest museum that I have been to,...More
The staff was not super nice, we almost had to insist to buy tickets. Inside the museum, there is no explanation for any objects. There is not redline and we go from statues to paintings, without any explanation. Disappointed for 5€ a single adult ticket.
We spent some quality time in this museum dedicated to fine arts. Beautiful portraits that seem to speak to you from the canvas and tell stories about Portugal, its variety and uniqueness. Came across a number of wonderful statues displayed so as to emphasize their...More
I spent yesterday morning at the Museu Soares dos Reis. It is installed in the Palace of Carrancas, construction of end of the century. XVIII. I was astonished at the state of degradation it is in. Cracked walls, with the paint coming out (damp?), I...More
At a quarter of the cost of the Fundacao Serralves this lovely museum was much more impressive. The staff were friendly and there is a nice cafe and courtyard garden. After some rather dull portraits there is some much more striking artwork on the upper...More
So much to see and so quiet. The satff are very welcoming and friendly and helpful The art is all Portuguese and a great insight into the art history of Porto. Really good work on view. The building is so beautiful but needs visitors to...More
I recently visited the Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis in Porto, Portugal. Great exhibition of the artist José de Almada Negreiros entitled "Drawing in Motion." Permanent collection contains art from various European countries and more. Highly recommend a visit!
If you are interested in art, this is a museum that you must visit in Porto. You will find paintings, sculptures, glass art and furnitures. The museum also hosts interesting permanent exhibitions. The majority of the paintings are naturalist. The admission fee is reasonable (normal...More