Condes de Castro Guimarães Museum

Schedule Open
Mon: Closed
Tue - Sun: 10:00 am-06:00 pm
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NameMuseu Condes de Castro GuimarãesAddress

Av. Rei Humberto II de Itália
Parque Marechal Carmona
2750-319 Cascais

ParishCascais e EstorilGeolocation38.692065,-9.421693 (open map)

Av. Rei Humberto II de Itália
Parque Marechal Carmona
2750-319 Cascais

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Price: 5,00€

50% discount: Senior tickets, students and residents in Cascais

Packs:  Family Tickets (max. 6 persons: 1 ticket free) | Group Ticket (+ 7 people: 25% discount on total value) | Pack CP (Museum Quarter Daily Pass+ Round trip ticket CP Cascais-Cais do Sodré): 12,00€

Free: < 18 | School card | Schools by appointment | Nonprofit Social organizations | NGO | Journalists by appointment | Unemployed | Accredited Tour Guides

Price: 5,00€


The Museum is temporarily closed until further notice due to the  Covid-19 pandemic.

Located inside Parque Marechal Carmona, the Condes de Castro Guimarães Museum was inaugurated in 1931 and is the oldest museum space in the county.

Set in a small cove so close to the sea that the water actually laps the building at high tide, the location of this fine example of the revivalist architectural style is as appealing as its contents. The museum’s exhibits include an impressive art collection, rare pieces of Indo-Portuguese furniture, a few prehistoric archaeological remains and a library notable for its illuminated manuscript dated 1505 and some richly-bound volumes from the 17th century.

The palace was built by Jorge O’Neill in 1900 to a design by Luigi Magnini, creator of some important neo-Manueline revivalist projects such as the Bussaco Palace Hotel in central Portugal and Quinta da Regaleira in Sintra. The building was further developed by the prominent painter and architect, Francisco Vilaça.

Taking a stroll through the surrounding Marechal Carmona Park brings you to a small chapel, some beautiful painted azulejo tiles and refreshing nooks to relax.

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27 Jan'23
27 a 28 de janeiro: Dia Internacional do Conservador-restaurador