This large building has only two floors of spaced out and indifferent exhibits for the public to see. It is gloomy and dark as the lighting is kept very low in the exhibits areas and this left me feeling vulnerable and unsafe. The restaurant was closed and the tiny café in the basement had a very limited range of cakes... 更多
This recent museum is the memory of the history of Portugal when we rulled the seas and traveled to the orient. A must see in Lisbon.
A interesting view over the portuguese presence in China, dating back from the XVI century. Some pieces of outstanding artistic value.
This museum is a bit far from the rest of the touristic attractions, halfway between Praça do Comércio and Belém. It is an interesting museum about the Far East, with a special focus on those countries where the Portuguese had colonies or commercial interests (Goa in India, Macau in China, Japan...). The exhibition includes armors, puppets, books, all kinds of... 更多
A pleasant surprise set a bit outside the centre in the docklands area. Not far from the San Francisco-esque bridge and easily accessible by the number 15 tram, this modern museum tracks the history of the links between Portugal and the Far East. Nicely annotated in English as well as Portuguese it really was a great way to spend a... 更多
This was a fabulous museum. Amazing collection, well organized and described in both Portuguese and English. A nice addition to Lisbon! I assume it's low placement in the rankings is due to the lowest number of reviews and perhaps its location makes it less frequented.....although the train and streetcars stop right be the museum. Much more interesting than some of... 更多
We took the mr 15 tram from Praco do Comercio. We more or less guessed where to get off and were lucky. We didn't find any signs to the Museum, but we're helped by a passerby. The museum itself was elegantly designed, and there were many interesting artifacts. As amateurs we would have appreciated more of a story, linking the... 更多
Based on TA reviews we regrouped for lunch at this museum which is conveniently located not far from a metro stop in the area of town that we wanted to explore. I was very disappointed in the offering of a buffet that resembled that of a 1970's hotel dining room. Although edible, the food was very simple and quite tasteless.... 更多
Very good museum with plenty of interesting artifacts. Seniors get a discount. You will find the museum on the same coast road as the Belem Tower.