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All reviews hieronymus bosch old masters portuguese furniture middle ages piero della portuguese tarts spanish masters vast collection st anthony nice collection nineteenth century beautiful paintings important portuguese temporary exhibition worth a visit portuguese history couple of hours
We stopped by on a bus back from Belém. We started on the 4th floor and we were in awe. The space was lovely and the religious art on that floor was from the 1300’s on- sculptures and paintings. On the floors below we saw...More
This museum has many medieval sculptures that are very beautiful. It reminds me of our visit to the Saint Agnes Convent in Prague in terms of the latter's richness of such works of art. In addition, this museum houses many oil paintings and other objects....More
We visited on the European Heritage Day, so all museums free of charge. And compared with other sights in Lisbon, there are not many people here. But the museum has a large collection and different kind of art is to be seen here.
One of the best curated museum I've seen in many yrs. This was my 2nd visit and I took my time and saw almost all. The furniture and porcelain are phenomenal. Every piece is well shown with an excellent description. The space is well lit...More
I only came upon this museum by chance on a walk along the road from cais de sodre to belem. I am so glad I went in. It is really well curated and so much to see. There was a special exhibition on at the...More
A very interesting museum with a lot to see from the ancient times. Nice paintings from Portugese painters and also from the well known European painters Jheronimus Bosch and Alfred Durer etc. Portugese furniture, art from Portugese discoveries and sculptures, ceramics, gold, silverware and jewellery....More
This museum will take time, it costs 6 euros. But it will delight and entertain for hours. The pottery collection is wonderful, also the collection of Japanese screens. The floors are well planned. There is a very good restaurant with a outdoor seating area that...More
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There is not really a good location for picnicking nearby. There is a small grassy area in front of the museum but that is about it. I did not remember seeing any picnic tables, but possibly there are a couple benches... More
There is not really a good location for picnicking nearby. There is a small grassy area in front of the museum but that is about it. I did not remember seeing any picnic tables, but possibly there are a couple benches along the walkway.The surrounding area is all covered with apartment buildings or businesses.