The Aliança Underground Museum shelters an exhibition that is displayed along the traditional wine cellar of Aliança Vinhos de Portugal. Exhibiting seven distinct collections, this museum contemplates areas such as archeology, ethnography, (...)
The António Duarte (1912-1998) Atelier and Museum was inaugurated in 1985, after the donation made by sculptor António Duarte of his art collection to his hometown, the city of Caldas da Rainha. The initial idea was to provide the building with a (...)
Ribeira Grande House of CultureInstalled in the former manor house of São Vicente, built in the 18th century, the Ribeira Grande House of Culture presents ethnographic and azulejo tile collections to the general public, dating from the 16th to 20th (...)
Inaugurated in September 2009, the Casa das Histórias Paula Rego is the result of the combined efforts and strong determination shown by both the Cascais Municipal Council and the artist herself, who lived for a long time in Estoril. The museum (...)
Dr. Marcelino Moules Ethno-museum/HouseThe Dr. Marcelino Moules Eco-museum is constituted by three nuclei. It is possible to visit Atafona - a manual or horse driven mill; the Barn adapted to a kitchen and bar; and the house itself, which features (...)
In 1993, Lisbon Council founded the Casa Fernando Pessoa in the building in which the poet lived during the last years of his life. Fernando Pessoa is regarded as one of the world's greatest poets.The aim of this institution is to encourage the (...)
The Calçada House was rebuilt in the nineteenth century, over previous constructions, by the Counts of Calçada. From the nineteen-forties on it was rented to Dr. Frederico de Freitas who lived there until his death in 1978. He left the contents of (...)
This museum is housed in a beautiful 18th century building, next to Porto cathedral, and displays the private collection of the Portuguese writer Guerra Junqueiro (1850-1923).It contains largely Portuguese furniture, the highlight of which is a 14th (...)
Housed in a building designed by the architect José Carlos Loureiro, this museum has a collection of naturalist paintings from the late 19th/early 20th century, by artists such as Aurélia de Sousa, Sofia de Sousa, Marques de Oliveira, Silva Porto, (...)
The museum’s collection consists above all of the ceramics produced over the years at the Bordalo Pinheiro Ceramics Factory, containing originals and copies of pieces designed and made by the artist in the late 19th century.
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