MNAC – National Museum of Contemporary Art

Based in Lisbon’s downtown, in the historical district of Chiado, the National Museum of Contemporary Art – Museu do Chiado is set in the space of the secular convent of São Francisco da Cidade. The collection and permanent exhibition of the Museum dives into the history of art in Portugal, from 1850 until today. It’s the most important national art collection and an valuable museological cluster on contemporary Portuguese production. The museum also promotes temporary exhibitions that focus on retrospectives of artists or prominent national and international artistic movements.

10:00 – 18:00 // Tuesday to Sunday, closed on Mondays
Rua Serpa Pinto, 4, 1200-444 Lisboa
Telephone: 213 432 148
Full accessibility for people with reduced mobility to all exhibition spaces by elevator (except the Hall walkway).
Getting here
GPS: 38º 42' 30.456'' -9º 8' 28,1796''
Tube: Baixa-Chiado
Bus: 60, 208, 758
Tram: 28
Public paid parking at Cais do Sodré, Largo do Corpo Santo, Praça Luís de Camões, Largo do Carmo, Santa Catarina
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