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Very interesting and well developed. The sequence of historical features is well planned and organised, calling the visitants attention to the importance of Portugal in the evolution of events in our civilisation.
Loved to visit this museum. As a Portuguese, it’s mandatory to make a stop here if visiting Belmonte. Learn about the Portuguese discoveries and also about Pedro Álvares Cabral, one of the most famous navigators, born in Belmonte, who discovered Brasil 500 years ago.
a rich museum full of history with tens of varied interactive panels to peruse at leisure..do not rush and spend hours listening and watching the videos..a fully comprehensive museum of the discoveries...extremely well equipped and a must visit
Attention, all the texts in this museum are in Portuguese.
The museum is pretty new and have some nice interactive attractions and provide a good overview of the navigations, mainly the Cabral expedition to Brazil.
If yoir are expecting to see the place were Pedro Alvares Cabral has born, Forget!
It's the right place indeed but the building his a modern museum, we quite a set of touch screens and informations about the Portuguese discoveries and mainly of Brasil.
An unusual little museum about the voyages of discovery with the majority of information in Portuguese. Some touch-screen displays are available with information in French & English. However the English translation is strange and by the time you work out what is meant, you've missed...More
nice museum, everything digitalised, also in spanish and english, which is a unicum in Portugal. Gives a very nice impression of how is must have been those days and about the conncetion brasil- portugal. entrance is for portuguese meanings uite expensive, 5 euros, but it...More
The museum is basically dedicated to the voyages of Cabral who discovered Brazi and was born in Belmonte. It is in a modern attractive building with what seems like well done displays some of which were interactive. However, there is very little English in the...More