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Museu Serralves

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Located in the heart of Oporto, the Serralves Foundation boasts a priceless heritage estate, comprised of the Museum (designed by the 1992 Pritzker prize winning architect, Álvaro Siza Vieira); Serralves Villa (a unique example of Art Deco...more
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Rua Dom Joao de Castro 210, Porto 4150-417, Portugal
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had a good visit here. The building is very modern so it is a contrast to what you see in the old town. It is out of the middle of the old town and all the touristy stuff so it feels peaceful. And you...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The museum was ok, I guess. I got to see the exhibit of Robert Maplethorpe, which is an American photographer whom I admire. It's a relatively small place, few exhibition chambers, nothing reeeeaaaally special about it. It costs 10 euros to enter, which I consider...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Interesting place that joins modern museum to botanic gardens and a farm. Crossing the park you can find several sculptures and installations. It's a real pity these aren't well indicated by signals. I suggest you going out from there, to reach the sea walking at...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The garden is really beautiful. The museum is worldwide recognized, but is modern art museum (which are not my favorites..)

Thank Carolinad237
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I Art is mainly photos or videos but the grounds and House are worth seeing but not at €20 the staff seem very surly except for the cafe staff where the food was good and not expensive

Thank Del S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This museum does not feature exceptional contemporary paintings - unless I missed a gallery or two. At the time we visited, the attractions were an exhibit of Robert Mapplethorpe photographs and Anish Kapoor “creations”. The Mappelthrope exhibit is awful.........many photos of male genitalia and other...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Museu Serralves hosts excellent exhibitions, and we were fortunate to be in Porto to see Robert Mappelthorpe's fascinating and controversial photos. In addition to the museum, the gardens are filled with a number of treasures. We found it especially intriguing to walk back and forth...More

Thank Starchgirl
Reviewed October 14, 2018

We have lived and visited Porto now for 10 years and only discovered this gem one year ago. We thought the inside of the museum was average to above average (depending on the exhibit) and planned to return. We have now visited several times and...More

Thank RandyMK
Reviewed October 11, 2018

The collection consists of a diversity of art pieces of which not all of them were my cup of tea but were intriguing to look at. The museum and gardens offer a great way to spend your afternoon a little outside of the city center.

Thank Lise S
Reviewed October 11, 2018 via mobile

We visited this museum during the free entrance sunday morning. Exhibitions space, building and gardens are kept in very good condition. Its a lot of space and light inside but the biggest advantage of this museum is quality of presented art. Visit in this museum...More

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alise123
August 16, 2018|
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Response from JulietGR | Reviewed this property |
We ate in the café in the gardens, next to the former tennis courts. The food was good value and very tasty. We had toasted cheese and ham sandwiches; you could say it was quite "rustic," or not very sophisticated, but it... More
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AlexWakeling
March 27, 2017|
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Response from JDF291016 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, big albeit public space by the office, but as you'd only ever arrive by car I'd just leave your stuff locked in your vehicle - openly parked out front, minimal chance of any problem
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September 28, 2016|
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Response from Keith S | Reviewed this property |
We bought the Porto Pass which gave us unlimited rides on the metro as well as busses, there is a bus stop across the street and in front of the entrance. If you're feeling adventurous it's walkable as well, straight down... More
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