The Marine Museum (Museu da Marinha), constituted by the King D. Luis in 1973 has the main goal of promoting the naval military issues and, above all, disclose the portuguese maritime past from the Great Discoveries till the XIX century.
This museum is spread along an area of 50 thousand square meters, from which 16.050 are dedicated to the permanent exhibition that includes models of galleys, riverboats as well as arms and uniforms, navigation tools and maritime letters.
You might even take a look at several documents, plans, historic images and a marine library which might help you understand the impact of such naval expeditions.
Praça do Império, Belém, Lisboa
Normal Adult - 5,00€
Disabled - 2,50€
Youths until 18 years old - 2,00€
There are special prices for groups.
Free entrance for children till 6 years old and on sundays till 2pm.
01st October to 30th April - from 10am to 5pm
01st May to 30th September - from 10am to 6pm
Closed on easter sunday, 1st January, 1st May and 25th December.
(+351) 21 362 0019
Bus: 28, 714, 727, 729, 751.
Train: Belém (Line Cascais)
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