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Museums & Monuments

Discover all of the city’s museums and monuments. Whether you have a pre-defined list of interests or prefer to go with the flow, here you can check out all the cultural venues and museums in the city, from major icons to the most unexpected of collections. From historic places to the most recent museum and architecture projects, there is much to see in a city which is constantly reinventing itself. From the classic to the contemporary, visual arts to performing arts, listed monuments to new interactive exhibitions, in Lisbon there is always a unique show to see or an impressive monument to visit. And this is the place to find them.

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Museu do Ar (Air Museum)
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You can always count on the Portuguese to find new ways to leave their little rectangle beside the sea. Come and discover the history of Portuguese aviation.


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The Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva Foundation was created to study and to diffuse the knowledge of Vieira da Silva work, one of the most outstanding plastic artist in the 20th century, as well as her husband work, Arpad Szenes.


Fronteira Palace
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Discover one of the great Lisbon palaces and its significant art collection spread magically around its halls and gardens. It’s worth getting off the regular tourist routes.


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This museum aims to study, preserve and disseminate techniques and know-how related to the world of work, as it has changed throughout human history.


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This 16th Century religious building, erected by Franciscan monks, is now used for cultural activities.