Centro Cultural de Belem (CCB) and Museu Coleção Berardo

The largest collection of modern art in Lisbon and concerts galore

Concert and events venue and the site of Museu Coleção Berardo, the largest collection of contemporary art in the country

Museu Coleção Berardo: 0-6 years: Free; 7-18 years: €2.50; Adults: €5; +65 years: €2.50; Students: €2.50 ; Free admission every Saturday; Concerts vary, see their calendar

Praça do Império
Belém
+351 213 612 878 , website
Daily, 10h – 19h

Centro Cultural de Belem is home to Museu Coleção Berardo — is Lisbon’s MoMA in the heart of Belém. Their permanent collection is on point, giving you a great overview of the most influential visual artists of the past 200 years. And CCB’s inspired classical music, rock, and other concerts, and dance performances are rich in diversity, bringing worldwide talent to Lisbon’s shores and highlighting the best of Portugal’s art and music scene. Don’t miss CCB’s smaller Garagem Sul exhibition space (11h – 19h, 4€) featuring architectural art and installations. Follow the signs from the main entrance through the tunnel and down the stairs.

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