is one of the most important museums in Portugal. excellent collection of painting. Usually has temporary exhibitions of obligatory visit.
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The palace is rather nice, the collection a bit boring. Nothing outstanding (OK, maybe some of the sculptures) However, sometimes they have some temporary exhibitions.
A bit worn at the heel, but this museum houses a good collection of Portuguese artists that you will not see elsewhere and a floor of decorative arts (china, glass, silver, watches, jewelry). The highlight for me was a huge Japanese screen that depicts the...More
The museum is housed in a quite large but insignificant building on the edge of the city centre, but once inside this was a rewarding and memorable experience. The collection of Portuguese painting and sculpture from the late 19th and early 20th century reflected predominant...More
It may seem small and provincial, but nevertheless worth a visit. A good collection of artistic and historical values. Wonderful patio. It has a cafeteria and a small gift shop.
Soares dos Reis National Museum is a nice museum with one of the biggest art collections in Porto. It's located in the center of the city inside a beautiful XVIII century palace. There is a shop and a cafeteria in the ground floor while upstairs...More
Such an interesting and rich collection of the Portuguese painting. especially in the hot days. Artists represented include painters Domingos Sequeira, Vieira Portuense, Augusto Roquemont, Miguel Ângelo Lupi, António Carvalho de Silva Porto, Marques de Oliveira, Henrique Pousão, Aurélia de Souza, Dórdio Gomes, Júlio Resende...More
A nice mix of items, and some of the paintings on display were gorgeous enough to have even my 10 year old son delighted. Small enough to entertain, without boring the kids. Good value at around 7 euros for the family ticket