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Calouste Gulbenkian Museum
Based on the private collection of the oil magnate Calouste Gulbenkian, the museum covers over 4000 years in the history of art. The pictures on show include works by Renoir, Rembrandt, Degas and Paula Rego. The museum is part of a complex that includes a concert hall, exhibition space, a park and modern art centre.

National Museum of Ancient Art
Housed in a beautiful 17th century palace, this museum is home to some very valuable Portuguese and international works, including the Saint Vincent Panels and the Namban screens. Today it also hosts events, fashion shows, parties and open nights.

Tile Museum
Tiles are a distinctive part of Portuguese culture, depicting daily life and religious themes. The Tile Museum is housed in a marvellous 16th century convent.
It is one of the most popular museums, thanks to the exclusivity of this art form. Take the opportunity to visit the church, the cloisters and the museum shop.
There is a mobile phone application (MNAz) which acts as an audioguide in the museum.

Chiado National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC)
The guardian of Portuguese modernity in painting and sculpture, this museum’s collection includes works by Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso, Mário Eloy and Almada Negreiros.
See the programme on the museum website.

Berardo Museum Collection
The Berardo Museum Collection is a reference point in Lisbon where the best modern and contemporary art can be enjoyed. In both the permanent and temporary exhibitions, there are works by artists who have contributed to the history of art over the last century, including Marc Chagall, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Joana Vasconcelos.

Coach Museum
Come and see these luxurious vehicles up close. The collection begins in the 16th century and is one of the largest in the world. Take the opportunity to visit the royal stables and current exhibitions.
See the programme on the museum website.

MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology
Located in Belém, next to the River Tagus, you won’t fail to notice this museum’s futuristic architectural design by renowned firm Amanda Levete Architects. MAAT puts on Portuguese and international exhibitions combining art, technology and architecture, and offers workshops and guided tours. Explore the exterior of the building too, and climb onto the roof to watch the sunset over the Tagus.
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