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18 September 2020
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  • Rules for a safe visit at the Museum

    - The use of a face mask is mandatory;
    - Keep a safe distance of 2 metres from other visitors;

    Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance and shop.
    We have installed protective screens at shop and will be regularly cleaning all areas of the museum throughout the day.

    The Museum shop is limited to 1 visitor;
    Payment is by card. The ticket office will accept exceptional cash payments;

    The Museum is limited to 8/10 visitors;

    The Park is limited to 90 visitors;
    The groups have the limit of 10 visitors;
    At the picnic area the limit of visitors is of 30 people, in groups of 10;
    The use of a face mask in the W.C. area is mandatory.

    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.

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