The Portuguese navy is famous all over the world and the Lisbon Navy Museum provides its visitors with a thorough insight into it. The Museum is located in the historical Jerónimos Monastery. Even though the museum itself was opened in 1963, its collection dates back to as early as 1863. This was the year when King Luís I of Portugal, as a renowned navigator himself, started to collect various items and artefacts related to the history and development of Portuguese maritime. The exhibition includes various models of ships that will let you explore the evolution of the Portuguese navy, as well as many items associated with navigating.
Science & Technology History & Anthropology Maritime
DST - 1 MAY TO 30 SEP
Daily: 10:00h to 18:00h
WINTER TIME - 1 OCT TO 30 APR
Daily: 10:00h to 17:00h
Closing: January 1, Easter Sunday, May 1, and December 25
|0 – 3||Free|
|4 – 12||€3.25|
|13 – 64||€6.50|
Praça do Império, Lisbon
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