Porto: Serralves Foundation Entrance Ticket

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Porto: Serralves Foundation Entrance Ticket

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Discover The Serralves Foundation, a cultural institution with a contemporary vision of Art and Landscape considered one of Portugal’s leading cultural institutions having been classified as a National Monument in 2012.

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  • Visit one of Porto's top attractions at the Serralves Foundation
  • Explore the foremost museum for contemporary art in Portugal
  • Admire the modern architecture of Álvaro Siza Vieira
  • Access the work of filmmaker Manoel de Oliveira at the House of Cinema
  • Discover the 18-hectare Serralves Park, including the unique Treetop walk
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Explore Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, which had its entire landscape and architectural heritage classified as a National Monument in 2012. It consists of the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Casa do Cinema Manoel de Oliveira (both designed by the architect Álvaro Siza), Serralves Villa (a unique example of Art Deco architecture), and the 18-hectare Serralves Park which was recently complemented by the pioneering Treetop Walk: an elevated walkway close to the treetops. Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art is designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira, Pritzker Prize winner. The Museum of Contemporary Art presents exhibitions by leading Portuguese and foreign artists, concerts, dance shows, and performances, among other activities. House of Cinema Manoel de Oliveira Providing regular access to Manoel de Oliveira's oeuvre, the Casa do Cinema, designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira, presents exhibitions, film series and conferences.  Serralves Villa A unique example of Art Deco architecture, leading European furniture designers contributed to the interior of Serralves Villa, such as Émile Jacques Ruhlmann, René Lalique and Edgar Brandt. Serralves Park The 18-hectare Serralves Park, designed by Jacques Gréber, is a unique example of Portugal's landscape heritage. It consists of a wide range of spaces: formal gardens, woods, a traditional farm and the Treetop Walk. Treetop Walk Designed by the architects Álvaro Siza Vieira and Carlos Castanheira, the Treetop Walk is an elevated walkway, near the treetops, which enables impressive observation and study of the Biodiversity of Serralves Park.
  • Entrance ticket to the Serralves Foundation
  • Guided tour
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  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
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Porto Serralves Museum and Park, Rua Dom João de Castro 210, 4150-417 Porto, Portugal

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  • Free admission for children under 12 years old
  • The entrance ticket grants access to all spaces of Serralves Foundation including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Serralves Park, Treetop Walk, Serralves Villa, and House of Cinema Manoel de Oliveira
  • Photos: Fernando Guerra FG+SG © Fundação de Serralves, Porto
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4.4 / 5

based on 94 reviews

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Wonderful space. Museum, Garden and Casa Rosa not to be missed.

I liked everything. Joana Vasconcelos exhibition not to be missed. The garden is great and great for a good walk. Casa Rosa contrasts with the surrounding landscape. The works of art that we discover in the Garden make the tour interesting. There is a restaurant and library in the Museum part. I recommend to spend a whole day or afternoon.

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May 11, 2019

Great exhibition and museum surrounded by the most beautiful nature.

Really enjoyed the exhibits (October 2018) of Kapoor and Mapplethorpe. The museum was not so busy, which is always nice. Lovely area of Porto, good little cafe. The park is fantastic, full of paths and walkways, and many places to sit and bathe in the nature. If the sun is out, it's only a few minutes bus ride from here to the wild Atlantic Coast at Foz, and then a coastal walk back to town (or a bus)

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October 22, 2018

A great garden to visit.

Despite a showery and cool day we spent a lovely few hours walking around the gardens and museum. The bar was very welcome allowing us to start the visit with a coffee and cake and giving us the chance to relax at the end of a couple of hours of enjoyable walking with a light snack.

April 4, 2017

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