The Berardo Museum in Lisbon is certainly one of the most fascinating collections of art in Portugal. They have an extensive permanent collection and several temporary exhibitions visit the place periodically. The whole collection belonged to Joe Berardo who was something of an art collector. It has been turned into a museum of art free for the public to visit.
You will be able to see some gorgeous art by the likes of Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Francis Bacon and the likes. The collection is astonishing due to the fact that it belonged to a single person. The other artist of repute whose paintings you can see here include Joan Miro, Salvador Dali, Jackson Pollock and many more. The place is certainly a must visit due to the sheer vastness of the collection it has on display.
Berardo Museum Travel Tips
- Other Hours: Closed on Mondays.
- Tips & Warnings: Parking is available.
- There is a place to store your belongings.
How to Reach Berardo Museum
- Praca do Imperio
- Antiga Confeteria de Belem
- Pasteis de Belem
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13.75% of people who visit Lisbon include Berardo Museum in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
29.75% of people start their Berardo Museum visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Berardo Museum
72.44% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Berardo Museum
Berardo Museum Reviews & Ratings
Best place in town for modern art and it’s very techy btw. Loved it, absolutely stunning! Must see. Opens at 11AM so u can see the monastery at 9 and then proceed to here.
Not a huge modern art fan but worth going for some very famous pieces. €5 euros to enter is good value and don’t worry about reading all the text. Classic arty waffle.
Modern art. Worth visiting, but you should know what you are getting into. MODERN art.
The number of very famous pieces of art on display is just extraordinary, the galleries are very peaceful and quiet. Entrance was a very modest 5 euros for adults. A great place to get away from the midday sun. There is no cafe inside.
You can go in with a totally full tote bag bigger than a backpack but an empty backpack is a no. At lockers it's clearly written that museum is not responsible for items left at lockers if they're lost.