Het Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga is een van de grootste en belangrijkste kunstmusea in Portugal. Het bevindt zich in de voormalige Palácio Das Cortes, de zetel van het Portugese parlement, in het centrum van Lissabon. Het museum herbergt een uitgebreide verzameling Portugese kunst van de 12e tot de 19e eeuw, inclusief schilderijen, sculpturen, keramiek, meubels, sieraden en metaalwerk.
De verzameling Portugese schilderijen van het museum is vooral opmerkelijk, met werken van grote kunstenaars zoals Nuno Gonçalves, Vasco da Gama en Francisco de Zurbarán. Het museum heeft ook een belangrijke verzameling Italiaanse renaissance en barokke schilderijen, waaronder werken van Titian, Tintoretto en Caravaggio.
Het Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga is een van de belangrijkste kunstmusea in Portugal en is een must-bezoek voor iedereen die geïnteresseerd is in de kunst en geschiedenis van het land.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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Interesting to visit! Different collections of paintings, ceramic and ancient furniture!
Interesting and thoughtfully curated displays, and the calm, quiet atmosphere. If you have time to go to the restaurant, the tables near the lawn and sculpture garden give you a view of the resident lizard family.
Great museum with some amazing examples of both Dutch, French and German art. But the biggest sections are of course Portuguese art. Great examples of Portuguese masters if you like galleries
Worth a visit. Great collection of furniture, china, pottery, and paintings.
We spent a rainy morning in Lisbon at this museum last week. Staffing was low, but their volunteers stepped in to make sure things ran smoothly for visitors. We had a one on one introduction to the museum from one of the volunteers and proceeded through the open exhibits. The variety of items on display was impressive and there were great summaries and histories listed. We decided to have lunch at the cafe and were there about 15 minutes before it opened. The man working the counter suggested we walk in their garden and they would be ready soon. He came out to tell us when they were open, and then took the greatest care to place every item on our plate. He arranged everything as if it were a high end restaurant. I know how odd that must sound, but he truly took great pride and care in the smallest details. It was good food at a reasonable price too. Highly recommend the museum and cafe!
If you only have time to visit one art museum in Portugal, no doubt, this is the one. 1. vast collections of mater--works of arts in different periods— one of my favorites is João Afonso’s Arcanjo São Miguel. Looking at his smile, understand there must be angel from heaven; 2. creative exhibition arrangements-- go to see the scene they created at end of crib show room, excellent example of mix and match between old and modern; 3. rigorous research—read the leaflet they prepared for that breath-taking work: Martyrdom of St. John Damascene by Luigi Miradori on their latest exhibition cooperated with Fundação Gaudium Magnum – Maria e João Cortez de Lobão (FGM) , which give a good demonstration of how they study a work and also try to pass their achievement and the beauty of the art to their visitors by shifting boring technical term into a easy understanding explanation. After visit, do not forget to sit down awhile at the garden in front of museum, rest you soul a little bit with a little poem by Teixeira de Pascoaes there: Ser alegre é ser luz, rir é florir cravos na infância, rosas pequeninas. São sorrisos de amor que estão a abrir.
Really beautiful artworks here and you'd almost miss it as a tourist. I was delighted to see a hieronymus bosch piece there. The place could really do with an audio guide however.
Nice museum to visit. A little tricky to reach but worth it!
Great art collection and temporary expo of board games right now
Fabulous museum and European painting collection, I could have spent all day there!
Some very Beautiful and authentic pieces ❤️ learn so much, but I MUST go back, my time there was short, because I went there 1 hour within closing
Huge collection of all arts and furniture from Altarpieces, cribs ( Justus nativity scene in elaborated work and sculpturing ), furnitures , treasures from discoveries and Europeans paintings and sculptures. Plan at least 2 hours to walk thru exhibit. €6 entry or free with Lisboa card.
Is beautiful collection. Not so many of worldwide famous authors though but we enjoyed it so much.
Beautiful art museum. The signs for directions where to find rooms are not optimal. Do not miss the temptations of saint Anton.
Small and beautiful. Temptations of St. Anthony is a must! Good collection of Flemish work.
Wonderful museum I wish I had more time to admire everything , came a bit late at aroud 4:00 pm . Will have to come earlier next time . Breathtaking art , I will come here again for sure on my next trip to Portugal.
Great museum with so much history packed between its walls. FYI there is a lot of stairs and walking up of the three floors but worth the effort seeing all the pieces.
An excellent museum in a beautiful building. Lovely oil paintings from the 16th Century and before depicting famous artists’s like Frey Carlos,and Flemish artist Jan van Scarel’s. Many paintings centered on prominent themes in the life of Christ. Beautiful textiles and furnishings displayed in impressive layouts. A great furniture exhibit donated by Bolivian diplomat Antenor Patino of French furniture. A sculpture garden with a lovely outdoor eating area.
This is the beat museum in lisbon- truly impressive collection and national treasures mostly from the Renaissance time. The collection is not huge in a sense that it overwhelms you, but it gives you a peak into Portugal’s historical and cultural past. The museum itself is wonderfully designed too. Highly recommend!
Wonderful and old amazing paints very preserveted! I love...like a travel on time!!! I recommend!
The museum inside is beyond any competition. Take enought time for it's garden with many trees marked with name and origin tags. The view from the garden is mostly industrial. The restaurant of the museum offers serious food choices - it supposed us with freshness. Service is great too. Many thanks to all people in the staff.
Very interesting collection on 4 floors. Portuguese sculptures and paintings, furnitures and textiles, and Art from different European Cultures. You can also access to a restaurant with a garden facing the river. It's worth the visit, it will keep you busy for 2h. Free on sunday for residents of Lisbon.
Fabulous! It is amazing how this people has gathered such an amount of well kept pieces of art. If you love museums, this is worth to visit amongst others in Lisbon. I have plenty of photos, but not sure may I am allowed to publish them. Just invite you to go there. Enjoy it!
Fantastic Museum. Great paintings from many school across the centuries, giant collection of royal tableware. Don’t miss. Come early to spend some time in the garden.
Really beautiful museum with a variety of artefacts , I liked the european painting and sculpture galleries !
This is one of the best museums to visit in Lisbon and actually it has one of the largest collection of more than 40,000 items. The collection includes painting, sculpture, textiles, furniture and other decorative art forms from the Middle Ages to 19th century. It is open Tuesday to Sunday: 10h-18h, Entrance normal fee is €6.00 and Free entry at Sundays and holidays until 2.pm
Some of the floors were not interesting But the other floor is definitely made up hang in there and give it a little bit of time until you get a chance to see most of it.
Great museum. Surprisingly big and complete. Go with time to spend.
If you’re an art lover you can certainly spend a whole day here! Has some of the most breathtaking art collections I’ve seen in Lisbon.
Rainy day in Lisbon? Look no further. This ancient art museum is a must visit. Great collection of arts and artefacts from throughout history. Cost was 6 euro per ticket.
This museum holds some of Portugal’s national treasures and is vital to understanding the country’s history. Head to the third floor for notable Portuguese masters’ works!
Very beautiful with outstanding paintings. Well located in Lisbon specially if coming in a cruise ship that ports in Rocha Conde de Óbidos.
A lot better than expected. So glad we visited. We paid extra for the temporary exhibitions. Staff was friendly and helpful. Had a delicious Portuguese lunch in the restaurant.
This museum displays art and pieces from antiquity that illustrate Portugal's history. Paintings, pottery, textiles, sculptures, furniture and even a remnant of a very elaborate convent are on display. The museum itself is modern and airy. The entry fee is reasonable, with daily family rates; it's free on Sundays.
Great museum with mainly paintings. It houses one of my favourite paintings which I was finally able to see. I got in at 10:15 and the place was pretty much empty. Price is only 6 euro for an adult, recommended for a visit!
Impressive!!! A historic building with modern way to show the pictures, with colorful walls and great illumination.
One of the best museums to visit in Lisbon. Check out the Japanese screens & other objects related to the Discoveries.