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This museum had been recommended, so taking this on face value, we paid €9 (2 adults & 2 students) and visited on a very hot day. The museum is much bigger than you realise and is packed with a peculiar and bizarre selection of pieces;...More
Personally, I would say the Museum IS worth missing, it was very disappointing. However, other people might find it interesting. If you like coins and model ships, old dolls houses etc, maybe you will enjoy it.
There was no format to the place, you just...More
This has to be the best 3 euros I have spent in a long time. This museum is completely random. You never know what you are going to find in the next room. Different rooms include coins from Portuguese colonies, followed by various rifles, pistols...More
Surprised by the amount of artifacts here in this small museum. The Golden Chapel the highlight. Its about €3 but I paid €6 for entry to the slave museum and the fort also under the same ticket. Not much to see in the other places...More
Pictures say 1000 words, but just FYI no pics allowed here. Housed in an old church, there's a very small fee to enter (especially if you're a senior, like me - note to oldies but goodies - ALWAYS ask about senior discounts in Porgugal -...More
Educational museum of local customs of southern Portugal with quite a few items to include eclesiásticas to include a little beautiful church inside, fisherman's hard life, a miniature port town. The only thing that was missing to make this a great stop is they do...More
This museum includes the Gold Chapel as well as a mix of artifacts. The admission cost is very reasonable. It includes a small amount of fine art, fossils, religious relics silver and more. It gives a taste of the culture and history and can be...More
Fun little museum with an eclectic mixture of exhibits from Neolithic finds to an exhibition of modern photography
We enjoyed the models of local fishing vessels and techniques although this is probably not of interest to all.
The attached baroque church is fine of its...More