Top 5 Lisbon Exhibition Centers

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Bellardo Collection Museum

The Berardo Collection Museum is one of the most popular museums in Lisbon, and a dreamland of modern art and a must-visit for art enthusiasts.

National Coach Museum

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum is the most visited museum in Lisbon and Portugal, and it is located on the site of the former Royal Riding Academy. The museum houses the largest collection of coaches and royal carriages in the world.

Design Museum

This is one of the main cultural venues in Lisbon, featuring the Design Museum (Museu do Design) which houses the works of 20th century designers.

Oriental Museum

The Oriental Museum is affiliated with the Oriental Foundation and was established in May 2008. It is located in a renovated seaside industrial building. The exhibits include textiles from Indonesia, screens and antique snuff bottles from Japan, Asian-exported crucifixes to the West, mysterious masks and a large number of costumes.

Lisbon Contemporary Art Center

This museum in Lisbon is a famous showcase for modern Portuguese painters, including London-based female painter Paula Rego, whose childhood in Portugal has had a profound influence on her dreamy and dramatic themes.