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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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Cross the river and discover one of the most impressive views of Lisbon. The Santuário do Cristo-Rei is a place of peace and gives you a unique panoramic view of the entire Lisbon region.


Oceanário de Lisboa - CB
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Considered the best aquarium in the world by Tripadvisor, in 2015, Oceanário de Lisboa creates emotions through the oceans and its 8,000 marine creatures. An experience that everyone wants to live.


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The Pavilion of Knowledge - Ciência Viva is an interactive science and technology museum, aims to stimulate scientific knowledge and promote scientific culture among all citizens.


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Discover the former glamour of the movies at the Cinemateca de Lisboa, in one of the city’s most sophisticated streets. You’ll be happy you took a detour from the avenue.


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The National Museum of Archaeology has important collections of the Portuguese archeology, dating from prehistory to medieval times.