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Museu CR7

  • heritage

Avenida Sá Carneiro - Praça do Mar, 27
9004-518, Funchal

Funchal

Considered by many the best Portuguese player of all time, Cristiano Ronaldo, born in Madeira, is already eternalized where he was born. The CR7 Museum celebrates the star, highlighting the achievements he achieved and recalling some of his most emblematic moments. In addition to the trophies and football jerseys, there is also a fan correspondence, an interactive journey through CR7 career and an application that allows you to take pictures as if you were standing next to the player.

Teatro Municipal Baltazar Dias

  • art

Avenida Arriaga
9000-060, Funchal

Funchal

Theatre built in the end of the XIX century by the architect Tomás Augusto Soler. It was first called Teatro Dona Maria Pia, and then changed to Teatro Funchalense, after that to Teatro Manuel de Arriaga and at last Teatro Baltazar Dias, paying homage to the Madeira dramaturge from the XVI century.

Museu do Brinquedo da Madeira

  • heritage

Rua Latino Coelho, 39
9000, Funchal

Funchal

Museu com cerca de 6000 brinquedos, expostos em sete salas: Brinquedos Portugueses; Miniaturas Automóveis, Camiões e outros veículos; Star Wars, Action Man e outras peças de colecção; Super Heróis e Micro Machines; Sala de Jogos com um carácter mais didático. Por último e, em fase de montagem, a Sala das Bonecas. O acervo conta com peças oriundas de Portugal, Inglaterra, Alemanha e França. A colecção de Brinquedos ocupa agora todo o segundo andar do Edifício datado do séc. XVIII.

Instituto do Vinho, do Bordado e do Artesanato da Madeira

  • art

Rua Visconde da Anadia, 44
9050-020, Funchal

Funchal

In July 2006, born the Instituto do Vinho, do Bordado e do Artesanato da Madeira, I.P. (IVBAM), which includes the Instituto do Vinho da Madeira (IVM) and the Instituto do Bordado, Tapeçarias e Artesanato da Madeira (IBTAM). This entity is responsible for the promotion and dissemination of these regional products and the issuer of the certificate of quality for Embroidery and Madeira wine. This institute brings together Madeira embroidery dating from the XIX-XX centuries, costumes and other props, showing the execution process of Madeira embroidery and its history.

Museu Militar do Funchal - Núcleo Museológico do Forte de São Tiago

  • heritage

Rua Portão de São Tiago - Fortaleza de São Tiago
9060, Funchal

Funchal

Military Museum Located inside São Tiago Fortress.

Museu de Arte Contemporânea - Fortaleza de Santiago

  • heritage

Rua do Portão de São Tiago
9060-250, Funchal

Funchal

This museum owns a vast collection of contemporary Portuguese art since the 1960s until now, being its initial nucleus the goods of the Plastic Arts Prize of the City of Funchal, an initiative carried out in 1966 and 1967.

Museu de Electricidade da Madeira - Casa da Luz

  • heritage

Rua Casa da Luz, 2
9050-029, Funchal

Funchal

Museum placed at the former Thermal Power Station of Funchal, exhibiting a vast collection of documents and rare models of machines and equipments. It is possible to observe the course of lighting in Funchal, since the oil-lamp, through kerosene until electricity.

Núcleo Museológico do IVBAM

  • heritage

Rua do Visconde do Anadia, 44
9050, Funchal

Funchal

Permanent exhibition of Madeira embroidery, since the 1860s until about 1930. it owns decorative objects, furniture and clothes from the same period. Here you’ll get to know the story of embroidery making process.

Núcleo Museológico Mary Jane Wilson

  • heritage

Rua do Carmo, 61
9050-019, Funchal

Funchal

Museum devoted to the life and work of Sister Mary Jane Wilson, founder of the Franciscan Sisters of Nossa Senhora das Vitórias Congregation. It has five rooms where some old pictures, personal objects of Mary Jane Wilson and vast collection of works are in exhibition.

Museu da Quinta das Cruzes

  • heritage

Calçada do Pico, 1
9000-206, Funchal

Funchal

A funcionar na antiga casa de João Gonçalves Zarco, descobridor da Madeira, este espaço apresenta uma coleção de mobiliário português e inglês dos séculos XVI a XIX, cujo acervo conta com cerca de 3800 peças provenientes de diferentes países: Europa, Oriente (China, Japão), Portugal (incluindo as peças de âmbito regional), maioritariamente bens de natureza artística - Artes Decorativas - ainda que existam pequenos núcleos de objetos arqueológicos e etnográficos. É possível apreciar porcelanas, pratas, faiança, escultura e pintura. Integra elementos das mais diversas proveniências, mas sobretudo de Igrejas, Conventos, e Edifícios Públicos, alguns dos quais remontam aos finais do séc. …

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