The building, as you will see from the photos, is amazing and sits beautifully on the waters edge. The exhibit was, however, a bit too funky for me. Great topic and message but a bit too convoluted
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This museum has a privileged location, right next to the Tagus River and to the “25 de Abril” Bridge. Next to the Central Tejo (old electricity museum), the MAAT is constituted not only by the main building, with a fantastic architecture, but also by the…More
The MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a new cultural proposal for the city of Lisbon. A museum that combines these three fields in a space for debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue.
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We went there with our kids. The first part is modern art. Sometimes funny, sometimes interesting. The second part is the old electricity station of Lisbon. Great renovation and interesting technical heritage. Secret tip for families. By the way, you have other museums in the…More
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The MAAT building is stunning. It sweeps out of the ground as if it grew rather than was built and looks like a flattened standard deviation curve. The roof is therefore accessible from both ends and can be walked over to the top of the…More
The MAAT is a new museum in Lisbon. The collections are not abundant but they are worthwhile to see. More important for me was to experience the architecture of the museum itself and the outdoor views over the Tagus River. One of the best spots…More
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GERMINAL. The Cabrita Reis section in the EDP Foundation Art Collection
The MAAT buildings are a contrast between contemporary and historical which is a reflection of what’s happening in the city of Lisboa. The contemporary building is a work of art, with its curved lines and walk-able roof top and beautiful view of the water front….More
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New museums and contemporary art… if this is your thing, do visit this museum. The building is nice, the walk outside the museum is fine, so all depends on the current exhibition and on your own interests. There was a lot of video-art when we…More
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Belém is the “capital of the Portuguese Discoveries”and a photographer’s paradise. You can spend an entireday exploring this neighborhood: monuments (JerónimosMonastery, Belém Tower, Monument to the Discoveries),museums (Coach Museum, Centro Cultural de Belém) andbreathtaking views of the Tagus river will make yourvisit worth your time.
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had the weather been poor, and with more time on our hands I would have loved to view the collections. As it was I was just thrilled to enjoy the beautiful building. Stepping on the roof (literally) is an experience as you enjoy looking at…More
Really interesting building. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. The whole experience was very thought-provoking and inspiring. it makes you want to make a change in It was also a great learning experience. I only wish there were more content… the content that was there was…More
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delicious – “Pastéis de Belém” (typical Portuguesecustard tarts; make sure you buy an extra box ofthose!). Easily accessible from Lisbon’s historiccenter, Belém is a must-do, especially if you’respending more than one day visiting the Portuguesecapital.
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The visit to MATT museum was a very pleasant surprise, situated a bit outside of the center of the city and best way to get here is by suburbian train. The architecture of the building is spectacular and it is possible to get up on…More
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