This place is advertised as a place that has artefacts from the colonial history and some modern collections. You will be very disappointed. There are not more than 5 points of interest here. Very little information on the few objects on display. This is a very hard "modern" attempt to display a merger collection. The "modern" part is some motion... 更多
The museum is really worth the uphill walk or short bus ride from the busy Belem. Very quiet and not many people make here but do try to so you can enjoy great exhibits and cool air con on a hot day!!
We went there the first Sunday of the month when the entrance is free, walking uphill (quite tiring) from Mosteiro dos Jeronimos (but we went back to Praça da Figueira by bus n. 714). There are artifacts mainly of former Portuguese colonies, but we were not impressed by this small museum, we saw better ones around the world…
There were only two rooms with exhibition. However, the artifacts were nice. If you use the Lisboa Card, use it on some other attraction first. Pay for this one when you come. It costs less than $2.00. for admission. You can take the local bus to get here...bus 714, 728,or 732. It stops by the museum.
This is not a substantial museum, but the exhibits are an interesting, striking mix of visually delightful ethnographic objects from around the world. For example, at our visit the exhibits included pot lids from Angola and dance costumes from Mali and then a whole floor devoted to Portuguese fishermen. About a half km walk up the hill above the monastery... 更多