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Rua Serpa Pinto, 9
Nice theatre made accordingly to the model of Scalla of Milan and the San Carlo of Naples. The façade is beautiful the inside richly decorated, with golden and red shades. The ceiling, the candelabrum and the presidential box stand out.
Praça das Amoreiras, 56
Museum placed at the former Real Fábrica dos Tecidos de Seda, in a repaired building from the XVIII century and adapted to lodge a museum and a documentation and investigation centre. It has a permanent exhibition with works of two painters.
Avenida Eusébio da Silva Ferreira - Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica
Benfica Museum - Cosme Damião assembles the great themes of the history of Sport Lisboa e Benfica, of the city of Lisbon, and of the world. Visiting the Museum allows visitors to get to know and remember the trophies, the facts, and the names that helped Sport Lisboa e Benfica become a world-class sports club.
Praça do Império
The Berardo Collection is recognized on the international scene as a significant art collection that, in addition to certain clusters of excellence, allows you to track the major artistic movements of the 20TH century. The representation of more than 70 artistic currents highlights the strong penchant and didactic Museum of this collection. Inexhaustible source of creativity and innovation possibilities, not only by the richness of their content, but also by the constant acquisition of new works, the collection enables diverse and updated readings of contemporary art.
Avenida da Índia, 136
Located by the river Tagus, in the western area of Lisbon, the National Coach Museum occupies the premises formerly belonging to the Oficinas Gerais do Exército (old General Military Workshops). The Royal Riding School, which used to belong to the Royal Palace of Belém, currently the official residence of the President of the Republic, can still be visited as an exhibition nucleus of the National Coach Museum.
Largo do Museu de Artilharia
With ceilings painted by Portuguese artists from the XIX century, this museum exhibits, essentially, arms collections, such as a collection of old cannons. It also has archaeology, photography, dresses and history collections. Its permanent exhibition is dedicated to the Portuguese military history, since the XV century until nowadays.
Rua Professor Fernando da Fonseca
The Sporting Museum tells the history of Sporting Clube de Portugal since its foundation, with about 1000 objects in permanent collection and 5000 in reserve visitable and presents itself completely renovated. A unique and unforgettable venue for any sports fan.
Rua da Escola Politécnica, 56-58
The National Museum of Natural history is an organism of the University of Lisbon, which has the functions of preserving heritage, investigate and disseminate knowledge through the methods and techniques of communication that are appropriate. In the space dedicated to science take place exhibitions about exact sciences (various modules relating to physical laws, documented with interactive experiences). Is divided into four thematic nuclei: the historical and interactive exhibition of long duration, the chemical laboratory of the Ecole Polytechnique, the experimental workshops of chemistry and the Planetarium.
Avenida Brasília - Central Tejo
The MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a museum that crosses three areas in a space of debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue, translating the ambition to present national and international exhibitions with the contribution of contemporary artists, architects and thinkers.
Praça das Amoreiras, 10
The reservoir Mãe D’Água of the Amoreiras was planed by the architect Carlos Mardel in 1746. Its function was to take and distribute the water supplied by the Águas Livres Aqueduct. It has a terrace with panoramic views of the city.