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Museu Nacional de Arqueologia

The National Archaeological Museum, established in 1893, has built up a broad collection that comprises archaeology, ethnography, gold jewellery, coins and medals, epigraphy, sculpture, mosaics and physical anthropology. It also houses valuable compa...

Museu do Design e da Moda (MUDE)

One of the most famous design and fashion museums in Europe is the Museu do Design e da Moda (MUDE). The design Museum is situated in the building of an old bank, from which its monumental interior is still undamaged. In the Museum, more than 2.500 p...

Museu do Chiado

The Museu do Chiado (Chiado Museum), also known as the National Museum for Modern Art (MNAC), is located in Lisbon's historic centre. It was re-designed by the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte in 1994. The Portuguese art collection covers the period 18...

Museu do Azulejo (Tile Museum)

For the famous Portuguese tiles, you should visit this museum. During your visit in Museu do Azulejo you are walking a path of five centuries of ceramic tile history. You will discover that the collection has a lot of valuable Azulejo's. The highligh...

Museu Arqueologico do Carmo

This archaeological museum documents Lisbon's coming into being, from prehistoric times until the present day, and is one of the oldest museums in Portugal. The Museu Arqueologico do Carmo is located in the ruins of the Convento de Carmo. The convent...

Museu do Fado

Of course Lisbon has a museum dedicated to its distinctive song: the Fado. It's a type of popular Portuguese song filled with melancholy passion that's usually accompanied by the Portuguese guitar. The museum houses a collection of Portuguese guitars...

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