Museu Sabao

Soap Museum (Museu do Sabão) in Belver, Alentejo

There are only four soap museums around the world…and one of them is in Portugal, in Belver, in the county of Gavião! Museu do Sabão (Soap Museum) documents the history of a region whose inhabitants were known...
Museu Agua (Aqueduto das Águas Livres)

Water Museum (Museu da Água) in Lisbon

    The Water Museum is but one of four facilities, operated by the EPAL water utility company, and open to visitors. The museum maintains an exhibition detailing the evolution of the water supply to Lisb...
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Coffee Museum (Museu do Café) in Portalegre

In Portugal, coffee is a beloved beverage. And for many Portuguese, Delta is their favorite brand of coffee. In 1994, the Delta opened up a museum at their company facility in Portalegre. The museum honors the coffee cycle from plantation to cup. Visitors get to know how coffee is...
Museu Nacional Azulejo

National Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo) – Lisbon

Azulejos are those beautiful hand-painted tiles you see on buildings everywhere in Portugal. Portuguese are very proud of this unique and iconic art form that is unique to their heritage. The National Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo) provides a showcase for large murals and small decorative ceramic Portuguese tile.
Monumentos Megatilicos Alcalar

Monumental Megaliths of Alcalar

Alcalar is an area rich in many types of funerary temples and tombs. A set of 18 tombs grouped into multiple cores and with a great architectural diversity are located between the northern estuary of Alvor ...