La Fundación Calouste Gulbenkian («Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian») es una institución privada portuguesa de utilidad pública cuyos estatutos tienen como fin promover el arte, la caridad, la educación y la ciencia. La Fundación fue creada en 1956 con la herencia de Calouste Gulbenkian, un magnate del petróleo de origen armenio, y su sede principal está en Lisboa. La Fundación dispone de orquesta, compañía de ballet, salas de espectáculos, bibliotecas, un Museo Calouste Gulbenkian (con cerca de 6000 piezas) y un Centro Moderno de Arte. Tiene una dotación de alrededor de 3 millardos de euros y un presupuesto anual de 100 millones de euros. Sus servicios centrales se encuentran en el edificio sede y parque de la Fundación Calouste Gulbenkian en Lisboa.
|Lunes||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Miércoles||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Jueves||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Viernes||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sábado||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Domingo||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Razvan Livintz | feb. 27, 2018
Probably one of the most beautiful and exquisite museums I've ever seen. The connoisseur eye of Mr. Gulbenkian assembled an impressive collection of artifacts ranging from antique Egyptian statues to 19th century paintings and sculptures. By far, it has the most brilliant collection of antique coins.
Joy Sa | ene. 28, 2018
A must visit for a small entry fee. Filled with awesome beautiful historical treasures from many parts of the world. Furniture, pottery, paintings, glassware, crafts and delicate artwork. Be prepared to spend at least half a day browsing the galleries. Finish off at the cosy restaurant with some nice food. 😊
Hafizul Islam | feb. 6, 2018
An excellent place for art lovers. It has a wide and versatile collection of art in various forms. It's a must visit for people who like art and museums. Entry fee to the museum is 10 euros. However, it has free entry every Sunday after 14:00.
Richard Pearce | feb. 17, 2018
An unexpectedly stunning museum. The collection of objects is not the largest but there are exquisite items in it to rival the best in the Louvre, British Museum or Forbidden City. Well worth a visit.
James Hadden | ene. 30, 2018
Very interesting visit but spread out over multiple buildings and exits are hard to locate at times. Loved the old paintings.
Visiting Portugal | mar. 10, 2018
This is a great museum: The permanent collection is engaging and charming, the temporary exhibits are usually beautifully curated. Not to mention all the work they do with music! Plus we've recently gotten involved with their workshops for kids. Again, the highest quality--the kids learned a lot and had SO much fun. And last but not least, the gardens are fantastic...
LMB ZX | mar. 16, 2018
Outstanding museum. So far the high point of my trip to Portugal. Plus the museum restaurant serves outstanding food.
Simon D | may. 4, 2018
A real treasure in Lisbon. Absolutely stunning collections in this world-class institution. Great architecture and the gardens are not to be missed as well.
Aïssata N'DIAYE | abr. 28, 2018
The museum was really nice so inside as outside. Very nice architecture with the garden and cute mews. When it is comes to the collection of art peaces , really large and from all around the world ...
rcov wt | abr. 14, 2018
Loved the amazingly beautiful garden area and the brutalist architecture, both together create an interesting contrast. The art collection / exhibition bored me a bit, seen better ones, but all in all its definitely worth a visit.
Dinis Rodrigues | may. 28, 2018
If you just bought an online ticket for a concert or a show in the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation website and if you happen to passe by, even if days before the show, you can very easily get it printed. All you have to do is to go to the main building and at the front desk, near the gift shop, ask to get your ticket printed. To facilitate and speed things up please have the number, that is in the topic of the confirmation email, ready. Every time I do this i don't spend more than 5-7 minutes. Hope it helps.
Dmitry Bushev | jun. 15, 2018
Museum complex comprises two buildings and a park. One with modern art and the other is the traditional museum. There are several cafes, but I wasn't able to connect to WiFi. Toilets are free, and everything is perfectly organized. Park is beautiful, and locals come here to spend time after the work. It's a great place to bring children too.
Felipe Chulo | may. 11, 2018
Beautiful gallery with huge variety of art. Very nice and structured. It was not crowded at all. There is reduced entry for students. Definitely take a walk through the park around the building, it's very peaceful and helps to process all the impressions. Watch out not to step into duck poop!
Diego P. Ramallo | may. 26, 2018
Not very often an aestete with means gathers a fabulous collection and decides to share it with mankind. What this museum houses is quite unique, and I love the fact crafts are side by side with art, receiving attention. I only had time to see the founder's collection but I'll go to see the modern one in my next visit to Lisbon. I loved the building too and there's a park to relax and enjoy before or after your visit.
Colin Scholtz | may. 31, 2018
Loved the modern art museum. Thought inspiring.Could have spent more time here! The surrounding gardens are awesome with park benches tucked away in private little nooks of the garden. The garden sculptures were different!
Ross Haycock | jul. 5, 2018
A good way to spend half a day. Price was reasonable. Exhibits very interesting. Easy to get to from subway. Food looked good at fair prices. Beautiful gardens and park.
Barry Milliken | jul. 8, 2018
One of the great museums of the world and the compelling reason to visit Lisbon. Yes it is much smaller than the others in the world top 10, but the average quality of the works is much higher. This man only bought the best. The room devoted to Lalique by itself is worth the trip.
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