Fashion and design museum, which sometimes helds temporary exhibits.
May 18, 2018
Christian Dior, Vivienne Westwood, Versace, Charles & Ray Eames, Le Corbusier, and Philippe Starck are just half a dozen names of the design and fashion worlds represented in the world-class collection of this museum.
February 26, 2018
Lisbon's museum of fashion and design, regularly features alternative exhibitions, like Tap Portugal. If you’re looking for independent art galleries, then Lisbon’s art scene has plenty in store for you.
Susana And Rony
December 16, 2019
The MUDE is a museum dedicated to all expressions of design. Safeguarding its collection, it ensures the conservation, research, presentation, dissemination and internationalization of the various collections. Multigenerational and transversal, it addresses all audiences, with areas of exhibition,…
Nicolas & Maria Carlos
February 23, 2019
• Design & Fashion Museum (MuDe): The MuDe offers an amazing overview of the fashion and design of the 20th century. The impressive collection features more than 1,200 famous examples of haute couture, and more than 1,000 iconic design items, representing the work of some 230 legendary designers of…
“If you go up, you will find a really nice view over Lisbon! and wait a minute, I will tell you a secret, do not wait hours on the line, if you go to a roof top named "Topo Chiado" you will have another nice view, and you will be at the top of this place! ”
“Augusta`s Triumphal Arc is a mesmerizing sight for those who come from Rossio Square as much as for those who see it from the river side. Try going to the top and you'll be even more mesmerized!!! Don't miss the chance to visit MUDE (Fashion and Design Museum) that always offers great exhibits.”
“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.”
“It’s a miracle that this baroque church dating to 1241 still stands, having barely survived the 1755 earthquake, then fire in 1959. Its sea of tea lights illuminates gashed pillars, battered walls and ethereal sculptures in its musty yet enchanting interior.”