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Museu da Presidencia da Republica

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Palacio Nacional de Belem, Lisbon 1349-022, Portugal
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Reviewed April 29, 2018

Hi, This place is very beatiful, this museu has gifts that others countries gave to Portugal, very beatiful. Visit.

Thank luisdinis2018
Reviewed December 17, 2017

This museum is the ONLY way you can get a tour of the working presidential palace (palacio de belem). The museum itself is small and features various gifts to the presidents and portraits. It's very well done and interactive. But the main reason to visit...More

Thank jessegTX
Reviewed March 6, 2017

If you can book a visit to the Palace itself, not only the museum and you'll enjoy it much more. They are usually just at Saturdays. The museum itself is really tasteful and if you want you can learn a lot.

1  Thank Rita G
Reviewed February 3, 2017

It was my first time to this well presented and interesting museum. It was (predictably for Feb?) quiet which meant I had time to wander and ponder and take in the succinctly presented history of the republic. It was good to put faces to names...More

Thank Gakeitse
Reviewed September 14, 2016

Museu da Presidencia da Republica in Belém (Lisbon neighbourhood to the west) once was a royal palace for the summer period, and now is used for state visits and displaying gifts to Portugal from other states and visiting dignitaries. The history of Portugal during it's...More

Thank The-Darkling-LND
Reviewed November 6, 2015

The Museum of the Portuguese Presidency is a modern Museum . The single adult Ticket has a cost of 2,50 Euros and offers not just turists but also locals a inside view to Portugals past ( starting of the democracy ) and present . The...More

3  Thank carlos3005emlisboa
Reviewed September 8, 2013

You only get in through a tour, since the palace it`s still used by the president and foreign visitors. Great value for money and the guide was really knowledgeable .The tour is in portuguese, but the guide translate into english. I loved to see the...More

Thank isabelbarbedo
Reviewed August 24, 2013

I am interested in Portuguese history and enjoyed visiting, but note that all the exhibits are labelled only in Portuguese. There are portraits of former Presidents, both from the pre-1974 dictatorship and the post-1974 democratic era, as well as gifts from state visits and a...More

Thank Matthew303
Reviewed May 11, 2013

It was the end of a long day sightseeing and I thought I could not manage another museum. However, what an inspiration this museum is. It gave me great insight into the implantation of the Republic and the feelings that must have been running high...More

Thank lynne b
Reviewed March 10, 2013 via mobile

Not too much to see here, probably more interesting for Portuguese residents. The collection is lovely but mainly consists of gifts from heads of state to the Portuguese presidents. Some beautifully crafted gifts.

1  Thank AngeleneFay
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July 9, 2016|
Response from Gary S |
According to Turismo de Lisboa it's 5 euros for adults.