Your browser needs Javascript support for this feature. <h5><h3><h4>Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum)<br />Rua da Madre de Deus, nº 4 | 1900-312 Lisboa<br />Telf: (+351) 218 100 340    <br />e-mail: <a href=""></a>   <br /><br /><a href="" target="_blank"><img width="284" height="287" style="WIDTH: 33px; HEIGHT: 36px" border="0" src="/Data/ContentImages/fb_icon_325x325.jpg" /></a></h4></h3></h5>
06 March 2021
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  • Museum from home
    The MNAz is the ideal place to discover and enjoy a special heritage highly associated with the Portuguese identity.
    In a journey that spans more than 5 centuries, you get to know the essential characteristics of each period and also the reasons that make the Portuguese "azulejo" so unique!

  • Dear visitors, we would like to inform you that Museu Nacional do Azulejo is temporarily closed to the public.

    We will keep you informed through this website.

    Chère visiteur, nous vous informons que le Museu Nacional do Azulejo est temporairement fermé au publique.

    Nous vous tiendrons informés sur ce site.

  • “The Land of Glazed Cities. 500 years of Azulejo in Portugal "/" The Country of Glazed Cities. 500 years of Azulejo in Portugal ", presented by the National Azulejo Museum in June 2019, at the Imperial Palace Museum in Beijing, was the winner, aequo, from the APOM 2020 International Project award and Heritage Transport award.

    Alexandre Pais, curator at the National Azulejo Museum, won, ex-aequo, the prize of the museologist of the year.

  • The MNAz has a mobile App that works like an “audioguide” for the visit to the permanent collection of the museum, as well as for the history and memory of the Madre de Deus Convent.
    Available in portuguese, english and portuguese and international sign language.It is a mobile application developed in partnership with the company Realizasom.It is available for Android and Iphone and can be downloaded from the Google Play store, through the internet site of the MNAz and at the Museum.

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