Best Museums In Lisbon

Museu Nacional do Azulejo

Monumental National Tile Museum Azulejos, honoring Portugal's most iconic artistic and architectural style.

Museu do Oriente

The Museum of the Orient is one of the best museums in Lisbon, and indeed Europe, to learn more about Asian art and culture.

Quake—Lisbon Earthquake Centre

For an in-depth look at the devastating 1755 earthquake that left Lisbon in ruins, head to Quake.

Museu do Fado

As you walk the streets of some of the best neighborhoods in Lisbon, Alfama and Mouraria.

Casa-Museu Amália Rodrigues

If the Museu do Fado has piqued your interest in the exquisite style that Portugal is famous for.

MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology)

Holding prime real estate on the Tagus River Bank, MAAT, inaugurated in 2016, is one of Lisbon’s most current cultural projects.

Museu Calouste Gulbenkian

Surrounded by an oasis-like park, the purpose-built Calouste Gulbenkian Museum has been described since its opening in 1969.

Museu Nacional de Arqueologia

Portugal’s National Archaeology Museum occupies the central section of the Jerónimos Monastery.

Museu de Marinha

Portugal’s seafaring past takes center stage at Lisbon’s Maritime (or Navy) Museum, an airy space at the far end of Jerónimos Monastery.

MAC/CCB (Museum of Contemporary Art / Centro Cultural de Belém)

Since 2006, the interesting and varied exhibitions of the Museu Coleção Berardo have created a modern museum in Lisbon.

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