Planetario Calouste Gulbenkian

Top 2% of attractions in Lisbon
8 / 10

10 expert reviews

“Situated in undulating gardens dotted with water features (on which glide geese and ducks) and modern sculptures, this museum opened in 1995 to house the Gulbenkian Collection”

– Michelin Guide

"The Calouste Gulbenkian Planetarium is open to the public all year." Full review
Michelin Guide
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"Films revealing the world of the unknown, plus eclipses of the sun and moon... are some of the audiovisual possibilities on offer." Full review
"Presents interesting astronomical shows with various themes several times a week... English only for some summer sessions." Full review
Let's Go
"Want an art history survey course for under €5? This museum has a large and eclectic collection of works from the ancient Mesopotamians and Egyptians to the Impressionists and beyond." Full review
Michelin Guide
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"A view of Portugal's starry skies, an imaginary voyage through the planetary system, a trip to the moon and a journey across the polar region." Full review
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