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The FC Porto Museum by BMG welcomes its visitors with the unique view of the Dragon Valkyrie, work of art of Joana Vasconcelos. Over 125 years of history are gathered in seven thousand square meters and in 27 thematic areas, exhibiting more than 200...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
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Via do Futebol Clube do Porto | Estádio do Dragão, Porto 4350-415, Portugal
We really enjoyed the stadium tour. It was very well conducted, the girl spoke very good English and gave us plenty of information. Being a Manchester United supporter it was great to see so much about Jose Mourinho, and also Bobby Robson. We didn't manage...More
Went with my young adult son who enjoys football. Found both the stadium tour and museum really interesting, even though I don't personally like the game!
Lot's of sporting history attached to FC Porto that's fascinating in its own right - they don't only play...More
Recommended to us by a local and we were surprised how well set up it is. Enjoyed this one probably more than the FC Barcelona tour. Not football people but extremely well done by the club. Managed to see a game as well while we...More
My partner,s a big fan of soccer So everywhere we go we visite the stadium /museum and watch a game. Know this definitly is a very complete Tour ! We stayed here for over 2 hours! Definitly worth a recommandation ... very complete , interactive,...More
Our tour started with the stadium. It was very interesting. It is quite a beautiful stadium with some long distance views. You go down to the pitch, around the Presidents suite, and the away team dressing rooms. The museum was very interesting and gives the...More
The museum is really complete with a lot of different animations and displays. I've seen various of museum of football teams and this one is really one of the best. There are a lot of historical displays, but as well many videos from games. If...More
Was really stuck for time in Porto and only got to do this tour on our last full day of the holiday. I'm really glad we did. As a big football fan, a stadium tour is something I always try to do do when away...More
Yes, to add on. You can visit the museum before or after the guided tour to the stadium. Museum is quite big with lots of reading and Multimedia show. So prepare 1 hr or more. Entrance fees is cheaper if u buy a combo of... More
Yes, to add on. You can visit the museum before or after the guided tour to the stadium. Museum is quite big with lots of reading and Multimedia show. So prepare 1 hr or more. Entrance fees is cheaper if u buy a combo of both. There is also a cafe and souvenir store nxt to the ticket counter while waiting for the guided tour.
Note: Bigger bags hav to be left at counter during the stadium tour.