The Tile Museum, housed in a former convent, charts the development of the art of Portuguese azulejos since the 15th century, including a panel depicting Lisbon before the 1755 Earthquake and some striking contemporary tiles. The building is a treat, with a tiny Manueline cloister and a barrel-vaulted church. The shop sells superior tiles, and there's a lovely café.
|Venue name:||National Azulejo Museum||Contact:|
R da Madre de Deus, 4
|Opening hours:||10am-6pm Tue-Sun|
|Transport:||Bus 718, 728, 742, 759, 794|
|Price:||€5; €2.50 reductions; free under-13s & all 1st Sun of mth|