The National Azulejo Museum is a museum dedicated to showing Portuguese Azulejo(decorative ceramic tile) art, the museum is situated in Lisbon, Portugal. The National Tile Museum was established in 1965 and became a National Museum in 1980. It is located in the former Convent of Madre Deus, founded by Queen D. Leonor in 1509. The museum's art dates from the 15th century to present day.
The closest metro and train station to the museum is a 20-minute walk away at ‘Santa Apolónia Station’. The option that is considered the best if you are travelling by public transport is the bus, the 718, 742, 794 or 759 buses stop in front of the museum. If travelling by car, two car park options exist; one car park is situated in front of the museum and the other is a five-minute walk away.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days of the week Tuesday to Sunday 10am-6pm, with Mondays being its weekly day of closure. It costs 5 euros to enter the museum. The museum has an onsite restaurant, cafe and shop.