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26 January 2022
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  • Rules for a safe visit at the Museum

    - The use of a face mask is mandatory in the Museum;
    - Keep a safe distance of 2 metres from other visitors;
    - Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance and shop.

    Visit conditions may change at any time, subject to new government guidelines.
    We deeply appreciate your understanding and wish you a pleasant visit.
  • The National Museum of Costume (Museu Nacional do Traje), created in 1976, presents to the public a collection of historical costumes, garments and accessories, dating from the XVIII century to the present day, either in permanent or temporary exhibitions. The collection is housed in the Angeja-Palmela Palace with, on its grounds, the Monteiro-Mor Botanic Park.

    Its purpose is to establish a strategy for the research, conservation and public exhibition of costumes and textiles. Furthermore, it has a policy of safeguarding and promoting the Monteiro-Mor Botanic Park and supporting this heritage among the community.

    Preserving Green (“Conservar Verde”) is a concept that integrates the values of responsibility and sustainability, as well as the management of the cultural and natural heritage entrusted to the National Museum of Costume.

  • From the courtly fashions of Versailles to the street styles of modern Tokyo. The world of fashion is brought to your fingertips in a new virtual exhibition by Google in collaboration with National Museum of Costume and world renowned cultural institutions.

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