Located in Belém, Lisbon, the Museu Coleção Berardo of Modern and Contemporary Art is the most visited museum in Lisbon. Open every day, has Free Admission on Saturdays, all day.

With four current exhibitions on view (two permanents and two temporaries), is a museological space of reference in Lisbon, where the visitor can enjoy the best of modern and contemporary art. Hosting the Berardo Collection, Coleção Berardo presents the most significant artistic movements from the twentieth century to the present day. In this museum, it is possible to find works by artists from the most diverse cultural contexts and with the most varied forms of expression, all of whom would come to make up the art history of the last century. Names such as Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Piet Mondrian, Joan Miró, Max Ernst, Vieira da Silva, Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, Donald Judd and Bruce Nauman, among many others, are presented within the framework of the artistic movements which their works allowed to define through a chronological succession that enables the spectator to take a trip through the period in question. 

The Educational Department of the Museum offers a programme designed for an audience aged 2 and upwards, with activities that promote the contact with art from an early age, up through schoolchildren to families and adults, and in this way it aims to stimulate and encourage life-long learning.  Guided tours are available as well as other activities. Please contact us for more information.

The Museum can also be used as a venue for your corporate events.

Visit us when in Lisbon.  Buy your ticket online.

 

Exhibition
Coleção Berardo (1900–1960)
Inauguração da exposição de Marcelo Brodsky “1968: O Fogo das Ideias" - Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisboa
Exhibition
Marcelo Brodsky. 1968: The Fire of Ideas
20/09/2018
- 06/01/2019
Helena Almeida, Sem título, 2010. Cortesia Galeria Filomena Soares
Exhibition
Quel Amour!?
11/10/2018
- 17/02/2019
News
Visitors will start paying 5 euros entrance as of May 1. Free admission on Saturdays.
17/04/2017
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