Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
Rua das Janelas Verdes, 9
The richest museum of Portugal was founded right after the exhibition of ornamental art in 1882. On the first floor are collected artistic objects of the XV-XVII century, and some paintings of the biggest European masters.
On the second floor can be admired religious jewels and oriental decorative arts dating back to the age of the Portuguese conquers (for instance a collection of Japanese screens representing the departure of Portuguese from Goa, and their arrival in Nagasaki in 1543). The third floor is dedicated to Portuguese painting from the Middle age to the XIX century. from the belvedere of the annexed garden one can enjoy a lovely view over the Alcântara maritime station.
Tue: 14pm-18pm; from Wednesday to Sunday: 10am-18pm
Full ticket: Euro 4,00
- young people between 15-25, adults over 65, disabled people: Euro 2,00;
- Young Card holders: Euro 1,60;
- Families (the reduction is applied on the ticket of one of the two parents accompanying two or more children) Euro 2,00.
Free admission for everybody within 14 pm on feast days; children and young people under 14; holders of the Lisboa Card.
The house of Fernando Pessoa and the poetry museum
Rua Coelho da Rocha, 16-18
Since 1993 a museum is staged inside the house where the famous poet (1888-1935) spent his last 15 years. The museum stores readings and artworks dedicated to poetry in general and Pessoa's poetry in particular: documents, manuscripts and the poet's room, the only place in the house which has preserved its original aspect. In the courtyard are a café and a restaurant.. Opening times: mon-fri.: 10am-18pm; thur. 13pm-20pm Free entry.
Museu de Carris
Rua 1° de Maio, 101-103
T transport museum with an exhibition of old tramways
mon-fri.: 10am-17pm, last admission 16:30pm; sat.: 10am-13pm and 14pm-17pm, last admissions at 12:30 pm and 16:30pm.
Full ticket: ? 2,50
- children until 12 and adults over 65: ? 1,25
- Families (2 adults + 2 children under 18): ? 4,00