Dispalying one of the largest maritime collections in Europe Maritim museum in Lisbon reflects the history of Portugal's marine and its domination on the seas. It is located in the west wing of Jerominos Monastery. Free entry on Sundays and public holidays untill 14:00 and on 20 May, day of the Navy.
Museum displays collection of Asian art with the special emphasis on Portuguese presence in Asia including Indo-Portuguese pieces, Chinese, Japanese, and Indonesian textiles, ceramics, paintings, and masks. Free entry on Fridays from 18:00-22:00.
This is a must to visit place while staying in Lisbon. Permanent exhibition of museum of tiles is located in the building of ancient monastery, it tells history of the Azulejo (tiles) in Portugal from the 16th century to ourdays. Museum is open to public free of charge on Sundays and public holidays untill 14:00 and any time for children under 14.
One of the leading design and fashion museum MUDE is open to public free of charge, closed on Mondays. Museum exhibits vast collection from 230 designers from all over the world: clothing, furnishings, glass, and jewelry from 1937 to the present.
This museum displays good collection of European art from 14th to 20th century, as well as collection of decorative art and silverware, including items the first shipment of gold brought home by Vasco da Gama. Free admission on Sundays and public holidays until 14:00, and any time for children under 14.
Offering extensive collection of modern and contemporary art Berardo museum can be visites free of charge, except some temporary exhibitions. Here you will see Warhol, Picasso, Dali, Duchamp, Miró, Jackson Pollock and other popular world artists.
Gulbenkiam museum displays a rich collection of art treasures both from the East and the West. exhibition is organised in chronological and geographical order creating two independent circuits to tour around. The first circuit highlights Oriental and Classical Art covering Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Mesopotamian, Eastern Islamic, Armenian and Far Eastern Art. The second circuit includes European Art organizes in the sections of the Book, Sculpture, Painting and the Decorative Arts reflecting various European artistic trends from the beginning of the 11th century to the mid-20th century. Gulbeniak museum is open to public free of charge on Sundays and on 18 May.
Many museums in Lisbon are free of charge on Sundays and public holidays untill 14:00, as well as on 18 May - International Museum day. List of museums with free admission on Sundays: