Museu Do ChiadoCurrently Closed
- Address: R. Serpa Pinto 4, 1200-444 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisbon
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +351-213432148
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, Cafe, Family And Kids
Museu Do Chiado - Review
This museum is treasure trove of 19th to 20th century fine art from the Romanticism, Naturalism and Modern periods. Most of the paintings are, of course, Portuguese masterpieces by some of the most prominent artists of the period. The collection is thematically exhibited, but the museum also organises special exhibitions from time to time with different themes and insights into the art. On the top of the museum, there is a garden-café-terrace café with good views over Lisbon.
Museu Do Chiado Information
- Paid guided tours are available.
Museu Do Chiado Ticket Prices
- Free entry 1st Sunday of each month, until 2pm.
- Free for under 12, disabled and their carers; unemployed.
- 50% off for 65+ and student card holders.
Museu Do Chiado Hours
- Last entry at 5:30pm
How To reach Museu Do Chiado by Public Transport
- Rossio Train Station
- Buses 202, 758 stop Largo Trindade Coelho
- Bus 28E stop Chiado
- Buses 711, 736, 759 stop Rua do Ouro
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Museu Do Chiado, Lisbon Reviews
First of all, the building was particularly interesting: it was a biscuit factory with contemporary architectural intervention after a fire. The works I saw went from the 19th century to the fifties. In general it was of high quality, but the immediate post-war exhibits did not thrill me. The upper floor had contemporary works - very mixed, but a few works excited me. There is a pleasant cafe for light refreshments.
Nice collection but pretty underwhelming compared to MAAT or any other contemporary art museum I’ve been to in Portugal. There’s virtually little to no contemporary art, only some classic and nice modern pieces. The space is nice and has great potential but the curation is terrible.
I am sorry that different people gave few stars and were unhappy. I would like to say that they need to inform about explosions and then go there. I visited really 2 very good impressive ones. Student ticket 2,5€. In the picture attached the gender in the art Nd awards finalist. I love it! It was really cold inside. 10th of March 2018.
Nice collection. Tour virtual, best space with great potential.
Interesting art, not a personal fan of contemporary but interesting enough.