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#1 of 2 Museums in Arraiolos
Several hundred acres of vineyards, a little cafe, a demonstration of wine making, and a tour through a small antique carriage museum made the time go by quickly.
The history of the estate is interesting, the location beautiful and it was great to see all the lovingly restored carriages and coaches in the museum.
#1 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
But of the reportedly 40 museums in this amazing city one stands among the greatest museums in Europe, The Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, where you can encounter masterpieces from ancient Egyptian, classical and Mesop...
We have visited many of the great art museums of Europe and the United States and the Gulbenkia stands alone as having sufficient numbers of the greatest treasures of art to provide a very enjoyable half day or mo...
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Medeiros e Almeida Museum Lisbon 0.5 km away
#2 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
This is a beautiful museum, truly among the 2-3 best museums in Lisbon.
This fascinating eclectic private collection, just off the busy Ave.Liberade is the best museum in Lisbon because it holds a complete range of displays, ranging from a Philips radio to paintings from the 16th cent...
Museu Benfica - Cosme Damiao Lisbon 4.0 km away
#3 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
The museum is spectacular, with an amazing trophy display, and great history of SL Benfica, the city of Lisbon, and the world since the formation of the club.
Rarely do you see this level of passion and pride on display at a typical museum, despite the county's significant contributions to history!
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Air Museum Sintra 20.8 km away
#1 of 9 Museums in Sintra
Very nice museum, managed by the Portuguese air force, that looks at the history of Portuguese civilian and military aviation.
Amazing museum for Aeroplain lovers.
Igreja de Sao Roque Lisbon 1.6 km away
#4 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
Whilst the museums of Lisbon all disappointed me to some extend due to the fact the collections were all so badly labelled, the same cannot be said for the churches.
... it's many art and history, very nice outside, and inside a real juwel of art decorations, so much gold and wonderful paintings on the top; is like a wonderful museum of art, to admire in a real quit atmosphere.
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National Tile Museum Lisbon 3.2 km away
#5 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
it's worth to visit this museum, the tiles are beautiful and the church is amazing, we went on the international day of the museums so it's free for everyone, the tile museum have several displays of the old Lisbo...
As an added bonus, the museum is housed in the monastic buildings of the Madre de Deus Convent which with stunning opulent chapel interiors created after the 1755 earthquake - worth seeing in their own right.
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Museu Do Aljube Lisbon 2.3 km away
#6 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
The museum compares with the top similar museums in places such as Budapest.
We spent around 2 hours looking around and it was definitely one of the best museums we have ever visited.
Carris Museum Lisbon 3.8 km away
#7 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
I’m a sucker for old transport museums and this is a good one.
Located a few tram/bus stops from the sights in the Belém part of the city, this museum gives you an excellent overview of the development of the public transportation in Lisbon from its very beginnings.
Museu Colecao Berardo Lisbon 6.1 km away
#8 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
A modern and contemporary art museums with many well known artists, in a wonderful building; to visit in some hours if you like modern arts; some days free entrance .
Being a New Yorker Iam always happy to visit other world class museums.
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National Museum of Ancient Art Lisbon 2.5 km away
#9 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
If one enjoys museums, this is one worth visiting in Lisbon.There are so many displays and sometimes special exhibitions that one can easily spend two to three hours mesmerizing at the displays, it is like a minia...
Excellent Portuguese art collection in a building worthy of the great museums of the world.
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Museu Condes de Castro Cascais 23.9 km away
#1 of 11 Museums in Cascais
One of my favorite museums from my Portugal trip
This is one of the best house museums I have been it.
Carmo Archaeological Museum Lisbon 1.7 km away
#10 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
Unlike many of the newer museums this one is crowded but packed with fascinating items.
they have a great archaeological museums in the rear of the building...fascinating!
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#11 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
This one was much more fun for the kids than the science museums in Copenhagen, Warsaw or even the nice museum in Lagos, Portugal.
The museum has lots of interactive installations showing and explaining fun facts about Earth, our bodies, physics, nutrition, biology and more.
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Museu Nacional dos Coches Belem 5.3 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Belem
Nice departure from art museums.
Combined with the Monastery, the contemporary art museum and the tower all within easy walking distance from the Belem tram stop if you have the stamina for about 6 hours in total
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#2 of 2 Museums in Arraiolos
While Arraiolos is off the beaten tourist path, this very good museum is well worth a visit to see the beautiful traditional hand-embroidered carpets of Arraiolis.
Beautiful museum that transports us to the origins of the fantastic carpets of Arraiolos.
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Museu da Tapecaria Portalegre
#1 of 4 Museums in Portalegre
Fabulous little museum with a collection of tapestries created in the late 20th C by the wonderful tapestry makers of Portalegre.
i recommend to visit museum for all art lovers .
#1 of 12 Museums in Evora
Having been to a lot of museums in Portugal, this one was very good.
Opposite is true for the Museum in Evora where ancient art of the Roman and medieval periods coexist with superb presentation of two contemporary artists: Pedro Fazendo and Helena Calvet.
Casa da Cerca Almada
#1 of 4 Museums in Almada
Museums in Lisbon are free on the first Sunday of the month.
Beautiful place with a nice cafe, museum, garden and a stunning view to Lisbon city, In my personal view you could pass an entire day just relaxing and reading a book in this place it would be more interesting tha...
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Fundacao Jose Saramago Lisbon 2.4 km away
#12 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
The Foundation is run as a non-profit museum and has a bookshop and exhibitions on several floors, including Roman ruins and artefacts, and is dedicated to Portugal's famous writer.
Now it is the home of a cultural foundation and a museum featuring Saramago's books, memorabilia, plus videos of interviews and speeches.
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Museu do Dinheiro Lisbon 2.2 km away
#13 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
One of best museums in Lisbon and actually free!
Architecturally is the best museum I have visited in Portugal: an historic huge building fully restored with modern aspects blending with the original structure.
Museu de Marinha Lisbon 6.0 km away
#14 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
Among the MANY excellent museums in Lisbon, this one is custom-made for any sailor or people with sailors in the family.
Open Mondays, a nice feature when so many other museums are closed that day.
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#15 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
The added bonus when visiting this museum is to walk up a few steps and soak in the absolutely glorious views from the rooftop.
Wonderful museum, wonderful view from the top!
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Museu do Oriente Lisbon 3.1 km away
#16 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
It's been like visiting 3 different museums: falconry across the ages on ground floor, Portuguese-Asian times on 1st floor and wonderful, even funny, Asian shadow theater puppets on the 2nd, variety which might av...
Behind the museum is one of Lisbon's marinas and there is a great Mexican restaurant for a delightful change from typical Portuguese food where you can look out over the river and marina.
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Lisboa Story Centre Lisbon 2.4 km away
#17 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
One of the greatest museums ever visited!
In my opinion one of the most interesting museums in Lisbon, for me that I was born and raised in this beautiful city.
Puppet Museum Lisbon 2.0 km away
#18 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
Honestly--and Lisbon has wonderful museums.
There are a lot of art museums in every city.
#19 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
The museum is Amalia's house which has been preserved since her death.
This museum is actually her house where she lived until she died in 1999.
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National Coche Museum Lisbon 5.3 km away
#20 of 120 Museums in Lisbon
They have the old and new museums and enough to keep you occupied easily for a good hour.
this has to b one of the best exhibitions in lisbon just the sheer size of the museum is amazing and coupled with all these fine works of art that are the coaches through the ages it is a must i will rate this as...
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