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National Tile Museum
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Calouste Gulbenkian Museum - Founder's Collection
#1 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
Loads of great art well displayed must make it one of the great Museums in Europe and the gardens are a great sanctuary in a busy city.
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...
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Medeiros e Almeida Museum
#2 of 124 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
#3 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
One of the best stadium tours and Museums
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.
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Museu Do Aljube
#4 of 124 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.
Igreja de Sao Roque
#5 of 124 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
#6 of 124 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...
This is one of the most interesting museums in Lisbon.
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Carris Museum
#7 of 124 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
#8 of 124 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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Pavilhao do Conhecimento- Ciencia Viva
#9 of 124 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 science museum has loads of great interactive exhibits, well thought out and really well explained (helpfully on Portuguese and English).
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National Museum of Ancient Art
#10 of 124 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 do Dinheiro
#11 of 124 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.
Carmo Archaeological Museum
#12 of 124 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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Fundacao Jose Saramago
#13 of 124 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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National Coche Museum
#14 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
It is located in an area where there are lots of museums and parks and you can spend a whole day immersing yourself in the history and culture of Portugal.
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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Mae de Agua Lisbon Aqueduct and Water Museum
#15 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
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Museu de Marinha
#16 of 124 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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Fundacao Amalia Rodrigues Casa Museu
#17 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
In the baking heat and on a whim we decided to pop into the museum and were greeted by a lovely tour guide.
The museum is Amalia's house which has been preserved since her death.
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Museu do Oriente
#18 of 124 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...
It is a great museum with permanent exhibitions of Portuguese engagement with the East (India, China, Japan, Timor l'Este or East Timor) as well as of Chinese Opera.
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Puppet Museum
#19 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
Honestly--and Lisbon has wonderful museums.
There are a lot of art museums in every city.
Lisboa Story Centre
#20 of 124 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.
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Museu do Fado / Fado Museum
#21 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
One of the best organized museums ever
The museum is quick and easy to explore, with exhibits highlighted with a free audio guide, a large auditorium that plays fado performances on a loop, and additional opportunities to listen to music in a cute mod...
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MUDE-Museu do Design e da Moda
#22 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
One of the best museums I've been to...
Wonderful museum with a great collection!
Museu De Artes Decorativas Portuguesas
#23 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
The museum is a Portuguese treasure, and perhaps the most memorable thing on my entire trip was a separate behind-the-scenes tour of their restoration and reconstruction workshops.
Espiritu Santo renovated the 17th century Palacio Azurara in central Alfama to make this wonderful museum.
Rua dos Correeiros Archaeological Nucleus
#24 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
Progress through the site is very easy though, since the museum is built under existing buildings, the ceiling can be quite low in a few places and a little ducking is sometimes needed.
For people who don't like museums or tours, this is a must.
Museum of National Republican Guard
#25 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
This museum at the GNR headquarters gives an insight into the work and history of the GNR as well as the events of modern Portuguese history, such as the "Carnation Revolution" of 25 April 1974 - when the leaders...
This museum has free entry, and provides an overview of the Portuguese security forces and a glimpse of twentieth century Portuguese history and politics.
Museu Nacional Militar
#26 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
This museum is a must-see for anyone who is interested in arms and armour and in the role that Portugal’s military has played in its history.
Liked the fact that it still had exhibits and isn’t a modern interactive museum.
Campo Pequeno
#27 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
The museum is very interesting and the guide excellent at her job.
We visited the museum which was staffed by young people ( all looked 18 to me) who were excellent they all spoke english and for 3 euros they take you through the little museum area and explain to you the differen...
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Calouste Gulbenkian Museum - Modern Collection
#28 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
If you enjoy museums this is one you must check out!
In many museums the antiquities on display have shown their age with damage and missing bits.
Museu da Cerveja
#29 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
Hospital de Bonecas
#30 of 124 Museums in Lisbon
For 2 euro you can go upstairs and tour the doll museum which his fascinating!
Small but truly unique and intresting museum.
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