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★ 4.8

Museu Calouste Gulbenkian

Lisbon, Portugal
4.8 / 28
Address:Avenida de Berna 45A, Lisboa
Phone:+351 21 782 3000
Hours:monday: 10:00–18:00 tuesday: Closed wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–18:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00

A wonderful museum located in a section of Lisbon away from most of the busy tourist spots. You can explore the park that surrounds the museum which w.. Read more »
One of the most beautiful museum I have ever visited. I was interested by the building but once entered in, I had the chance of admiring a stunning co.. Read more »
A great place to spend time in the city when it's very hot outside. Every Sunday admission is free until 14.00 (it is better to check on the official .. Read more »
A very nice and expansive museum. The collection has works from masters such as Degas, Renoir, Monet and more. Additionally there are impressive ancie.. Read more »
1 floor exhibition with a solid collection at a reasonable price. Egyptian, Middle Eastern, European, Asian and contemporary pieces. It took me about .. Read more »
Quality over quantity. I enjoyed the way the museum is geographically split into treasures from different locations and eras perhaps from their respec.. Read more »
It’s a nice museums, not too crowded. On Sundays the entry is free in the afternoon, which is great. They have some nice events, such as concerts and .. Read more »
Wonderful museum and gardens. The museum itself is a beautiful cascading modernist concrete building that nestled into the landscape and responds well.. Read more »
When visiting the museum I was quite surprised by the garden with works of art and the museum itself, with a beautiful collection of art and decorativ.. Read more »
What a lovely museum. The permanent collection is nothing short of world class. Though it is still manageable in a short visit. It has a bit of everyt.. Read more »
Amazing collection ! Small Egyptian room with beautiful pieces, a bit of greek, big Persian room with huge velvet fabrics, vases and objects from Chin.. Read more »
This is without the exaggeration the best museum I've ever seen. Never before has a museum managed to show something so cripplingly boring as ancient .. Read more »
A wonderful museum. The collection starts at the Pharaoh Egypt, with wonderful pieces,and ends just before the XX century. The pieces are mostly Decor.. Read more »
We went on a Sundays after 2 pm that the entrance in free and it was great! It has beautiful and unique pieces from different times an styles. Conside.. Read more »
Buy the full ticket to the regular expositions, which are spectacular. Some of the temporary (and free) expositions have few highlights and can disapp.. Read more »
great staff. Lovely museum. Loved the fact that you get discount if you are below 30
The best of the best. Art treasures from around the world, too many highlights to write about. Just go and marvel at the skill of the artists and the .. Read more »
The museum has a huge collection of interesting monuments. Personally, I don't like the way they are presented. There is no one specific direction to .. Read more »
Went there on the day before the last of the end of a temporary exibition but there were too many people and we ended up going to the permanent. The d.. Read more »
Great museum, always filled with interesting new exhibitions in arts and sciences, home to some amazing orchestra concerts! Beautiful modern buildings.. Read more »
One of my go to parks, the architecture is naturalist, the museum is free on Sundays and they usually have temporary exposition that are really intere.. Read more »
I've been visiting Gulbenkian museum for many years and it's one of my favorite places in Lisbon, if not even in Portugal. Beautiful exhibits always. .. Read more »
A world class museum with superbly chosen individual pieces from many periods and cultures. It is not a huge collection but nevertheless substantial, .. Read more »
I personally love private collections, where pieces are carefully selected, (and nobody knows how the artworks ended up in the collector's hands!) The.. Read more »
They don't want anymore handicap person .....last year was free now we have to pay ...REALLY GOOD THEY CHANGE
Really small exhibition for the price, nice gardens make up for it but below par compared to similar places around the world.
I was impressed by the collection and how old some items were. It is definitely a good place to visit , the museum also has a beautiful green park whe.. Read more »
An impressive collection of art objects worth of Louvre and Hermitage. You'll see art works of Rodin, Monet, Degas, Rubens, Rembrandt, a sublime colle.. Read more »
Great museum. All we hoped for and much more. The collection is large and impressive and very well displayed. You can get very close to many object.. Read more »