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The Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology



MAAT, Lisbon


This iconic piece of modern architecture on the waterfront was designed by British architect Amanda Levete and opened in the fall of 2016. It stands next to a former power plant which was previously the Electricy Museum, and that is now also part of the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology. Both buildings present temporary exhibitions of major international and local artists, directed by the former curator of contemporary architecture of New York’s MoMA.

It's possible to walk over the building, which serves as a beautiful lookout terrace, while a series of steps by the entrance descend toward the river.


MAAT, Lisbon

Visitor's Guide

When: Wednesday to Monday; 12PM-8PM
Where: Avenida de Brasilia



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Coaches Museum - Fairy tale carriages.
Berardo Museum - International modern and contemporary art.





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