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Its a very good museum, with interesting information about the outfits worn in the area, the decorations/jewelry made with gold and with a temporary exhibition. You will spend around an hour in this place. Its also free on sundays, not sure about the rest of...More
While doing my coastal Camino de Santiago and passing through Viana do Castelo, I decided to check out the Museu do Traje. I think that is is one of the reasons that made me fall in love with Viana. The entrance fee is symbolic. Dont...More
This museum is one of the first things you will see when you are walking from the Tourist office to the historical centre of the village, it is located also on the “Praça de Republica”, and the building has been built in between the years...More
Easy access because it is located in the historical center of the city, the popular Praça da República. Installed in a building that was the delegation in this city of the Bank of Portugal.
It is an austere building that houses this museum dedicated to...More
Visited on a Saturday and it was free but I did purchase a fabulous book of photographs and history of the museum and the collections. Fabulous design and embroidery on the various traditional costumes and the gold work was exquisite. The video of the Basque...More
This museum explains the traditional costumes, origin and meaning as well as the linen making process. It also had a section on the gold fillagree hearts. Beautiful displayed, text is in Portuguese and English. It had a temporary exhibition by an artist using traditional design...More