This is a great place to take kids - especially Portuguese kids. Its a bit like an historic theme park without any of the thrills. There has been a lot of effort in setting it up and the miniature buildings are remarkable in their detail and the ability to wander around inside them. However there is a minimal of interest inside each place except for a few dated artefacts or an outdated video. The entry fee was a shock, given that you can buy lunch for about half the price of an adult entry. If you have kids and they want to learn about the Portuguese version of world discoveries, then its a great way to spend a few hours. Otherwise, I can't really recommend it.
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