MNAC Museum Museu Naçionale de Arte Contemporânea do Chiado

Portuguese modern art expertly presented inside an stripped-down, white-washed old palace

Portuguese modern art expertly presented inside a stripped-down, white-washed old palace

0-12 years: Free; Adults: €4.50; +65 years: 50% discount; Students: 50% discount ; Youth Card: 50% discount; Family (4 + people): 50% discount

Serpa Pinto 4, 1200-444
Chiado
+351 213 432 148 , website
Tue – Sun, 10h – 18h

3€, Free on Sundays and Public Holidays

The museum based in Baixa-Chiado features contemporary artists from around Portugal. There’s a cafe on the top tier surrounded by sculptures by artists like Jorge Vieira, nice for a coffee, a pastry, a rest, and a view. Don’t forget to visit the new building around the corner, a renovated palace housing works on canvas by artists like Paula Rego and larger mixed-media installation pieces.

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