Fantastic collection of Modern Art, but no longer free, 5 euro entry. What else is there to say. Also a nice roof terrace with bean bags.
About Centro Cultural de Belem (CCB)
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The building that the Modern Art museum is in, is impressive to walk around. We went on Saturday and there was free admission to the museum. It was not crowded and had some very interesting pieces, including an exhibit on environmental issues from around the...More
This is an incredibly beautiful building, but the highlight for me were the roof gardens. One has grass "waves" where you can sit on beanbags under the olive trees and look at the marvellous views of the river; the other a great Henry Moore sculpture...More
A well rounded collection of contemporary art in a very well designed setting. As spaces go for housing modern art this is a real treat and a counterpoint in many ways to the Monastery across the road. Whilst that suffers long queues all bustling to...More
The vast fort-like modern building which houses cinemas, conferences and cafe sits slightly back from the river bank at Belem. On an elevated terrace overlooking the river we sipped drinks seated on a giant cushion on the grass as a fado singer serenaded an audience...More
Really liked this place, we just went for a wander around the market- there was an area for food stalls and another with bric a brac- bought some homemade cakes off some little children, very cute. Think the full market might only be once a...More
This building is huge and impressive. It was built to serve as the headquarters for the Portuguese Presidency of the European Union in 1992, in keeping with a project designed by the Italian architect Vittorio Gregotti and the Portuguese architect Manuel Salgado. It is aimed...More
The Cultural Center of Belem was built in 1988, designed by Vittorio Gregotti and Manuel Salgado, to host the Portuguese presidency of the EU in 1992. It is a wonderful center, with a lot of different cultural events, exhibition and activities.