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See Museu Colecao Berardo, a museum of modern and contemporary art featuring masterpieces of Picasso, Dali, Koons, and Duchamp alongside works of current painters, photographers, sculptors, and videographers. The museum displays over 1,000 pieces from its permanent collection and some 250 works from temporary exhibits, all spread across two floors. Browse through collections of pop art, surrealism, hyper-realism, minimalist art, and conceptual art, among other major movements. See famed works such as Picasso's Métamorphose, Warhol's Portrait of Judy Garland, and Bacon's Oedipus and the Sphinx After Ingres. Admission is free. Use our Lisbon trip planner to visit Museu Colecao Berardo on your trip to Lisbon, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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This private collection has been converted to a major museum in the Belem area. Fancy new building with a good food venue. Nice views of the river. And lots of valuable modern art.
This private collection has been converted to a major museum in the Belem area. Fancy new building with a good food venue. Nice views of the river. And lots of valuable modern art. more »
If in Belem to see the monastery and the tower, stop at this contemporary arts museum to see the excellent permanent collection, as well as the temporary shows. Uncrowded and huge.
If in Belem to see the monastery and the tower, stop at this contemporary arts museum to see the excellent permanent collection, as well as the temporary shows. Uncrowded and huge. more »
This museum is very new and the result of a huge donation from a very rich international guy with a questionable past. I was recommended by good friends and we enjoyed our time here. Nice cafe...
This museum is very new and the result of a huge donation from a very rich international guy with a questionable past. I was recommended by good friends and we enjoyed our time here. Nice cafe... more »
The is the most user friendly art museums I’ve been to in my life. The floor plan is superb so you don’t get lost. You are guided through a single path to make sure you view everything. Even in the basement where there is open floor plan there is numbered tapes and arrow on floor! Their brochures are excellent. They also explain art movements in details for lay persons. Not only that, their second floor houses collections from well known artists including Warhol. You don’t come here expecting a large body of work from famous artists that you find in Paris London and New York though there are plenty of them represented here. You will ask find will some wonderful work that stand on their own. Start from the top floor and work your way down. Expect to spend 90 minutes if not more. It’s vast inside.
A wonderful museum, but we got when two floors were closed. Probably best to visit during the tourist season when everything is open. But we liked it, because it was raining outside and it was especially cozy and calm to walk around the exposition. The only problem is that the electric parking spaces are unusable due to the strange safety mechanisms on the poles, leaving no room for a car.
Ticket is around 5€/person. We were having lots of fun there and enjoyed our time. We were right on time, there was a new opening exhibition. So we could frink outside then watched the artwork later. After taking a look of everything, we went to the last room, which we could draw and left our art in a cabinet. Very worthy to go here!
Very nice museum, I suggest buying Lisbon card if you plan to visit many sights of the city, in this way entrances to certain attractions are either free or with great discount. You can spend hours and hours a really huge number of exhibits on display.
Excellent contemporary art gallery, which charts the timeline of contemporary art from the early 1900s to the end of the century through text and works by major artists. All across a substantial top floor. Also, additional works on the lower floors, with both permanent and temporary exhibits.
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