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Rua Cidade de Lobito
Inaugurated in April 16, 1996, the Pedagogical Farm is a project which is framed along the lines of non-formal education, which integrates the educational components and playful-recreational. This space, about two hectares, seeks to relive rural traditions from North to South of the country and celebrate rural calendar festivities. Here it is possible to live unique moments, participate in daily activities and own a farm as farming, vegetable gardens and orchards, tasks of day-to-day domestic animals, composting, discover and live the pathways of bread, sweet butter, and experiences that are accessible to all.
Praça do Império
Space located at the same building of the Marinha Museum, under a cupola with 23 meters of diameter, and where the visitors are invited to observe the universe and the stars constellations.
Avenida da Índia
The Princess Maha Chakri's Thai Pavilion was placed in Belém as part of the commemorations of 500 years of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Portugal. It was built in Bangkok and transported by boat to the Vasco da Gama garden in Belém.
Estrada de Benfica, 158-160
Opened in 1884, the zoological garden of Lisbon lodges, at present, about 2 thousand animals of 380 species. The main attractions are the dolphins’ bay that imitates a typical fishing village, the small farm where the country atmosphere is created, the reptilian with different kinds of reptiles’ species and the rope-way that takes you on a relaxed journey through the zoo, offering a lovely view of the gardens and the city. The space is full of life: it has shows with sea-lions, dolphins, reptiles and macaws, an amusement park-the Animax-equipped with cinema, video games, remote control boats and a large …
Avenida Dom João II - Doca dos Olivais
Planed by the north-American architect Peter Chermayeff, is “moored” at the Olivais Dock, at the Parque das Nações. It was one of the main attractions of the Expo 98 and, since then, it became one of the most emblematic places of the city. In this “global ocean” are recreated four different habitats – the north Atlantic, the mild Pacific, the Antarctic and the Indian-, disposed around a central tank.
Alto da Serafina - Parque de Monsanto
The entertaining Park Alto da Serafina is a pleasant place for people of all ages, but mostly for the children. It has large lawns and lots of trees and bushes, the ideal spot for a walk. It also has a restaurant, a picnic area, playgrounds, infant’s driving license, bandstand and a lookout that offers a beautiful view of the city.
Castelo de São Jorge
At the São Jorge Castle this multimedia show make us return to the XVI century Lisbon.
Cais das Naus - Parque das Nações
With 140 meters height, this panoramic tower offers a magnificent view of the River Tagus, the city of Lisbon and the Parque das Nações.
Parque das Nações - Alameda dos Oceanos, Lote 2.10.01
The Interactive Centre of Science and Technology presents regular exhibitions, allowing the visitor a direct contact with the most diversified scientific and technologic experiences. Add to the exhibitions (permanent and temporary), the programming of this space includes debates and conferences. The pavilion also offers a mass-media archive, a cyber café and a bookshop.
Rua Vieira Portuense - Jardim Vasco da Gama
This space is located in the Vasco da Gama Garden and is prepared with amusement equipment to receive children and elderly people with physical and mental disabilities, promoting conviviality between generations.