Great art-spot, big institution. Exhibiyions selected by a great portuguese curator Pedro Gadanho (ex Tate Modern curator). Best design, best shows, right near to the river! Lovely!
Has great exhibitions and is worth a visit just for the architecture of the building itself!
This iconic piece of modern architecture on the waterfront was designed by British architect Amanda Levete and opened in the fall of 2016. It stands next to a former power plant which was previously the Electricy Museum, and that is now also part of the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology…
The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a museum of contemporary art in Lisbon, Portugal that crosses three areas in a space for debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue.
Located near the Tagus river, it has an amazing architecture and many exhibitions in a beautiful place. Don't miss it.
Beutiful and new museum in Lisbon dedicated to Art, arquitecture and tecnology. Great experience, 100% recommended
“LX Factory, a formerly abandoned factory in Lisbon, is a showcase for what a city can do to breathe new life into an industrial space. What was once an old factory is now an entertainment and shopping complex that retains its historic charm while bringing the community together in Lisbon. Worth visiting! There are lots of cool unique stores, including an amazing bookstore, lots of restaurants and a great rooftop bar, called Rio Maravilha, where you can see a beautiful sunset with a beautiful view of the river, the bridge and the statue of Christ. Train: From Cais do Sodré Station to Alcântara Mar Station”
“Walk along Rua Santos-O-Velho till Rua das Janelas Verdes, enjoy the old restored Buildings and Palaces, São Paulo Cathedral, the Museum of Ancient Art, nice old restored Coffeeshops and small Restaurants like La Boulangerie -Croissants , bread, pastries home baked daily - on the opposite side of the Museum.”
“Medieval Castle with stunning views over the city of Lisbon and the Tagus River, the eleven towers, gardens and viewpoints make the castle an indispensable attraction in the Lisbon itinerary. It is possible to take a guided tour, making the attraction even more interesting.”
“Ancient Art. Portuguese contemporary Art. Temporary exhibitions. Concerts, garden to relax in, etc. A classic to visit in Lisboa.”
“The Museu de Carris de Ferro de Lisboa is a museum and cultural center that presents the public with the past, present and future of public transport in the city of Lisbon and where thematic exhibitions coexist with the most diverse cultural and business events.”