Futebol Clube do Porto Museum

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  • Address: Via Futebol Clube do Porto, s/n, 4350-415 Porto
  • Tel.: +351 225083352
  • Website: http://www.museufcporto.pt
  • Opening hours: Mon 14:30-19:00 Tue-Sun 10:00-19:00 Museum visits - The visits take place freely during the opening hours of the Museum; Guided tours at 4pm, weekends and holidays (Guided tours are subject to maximum capacity). Stadium visits - daily 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00 and 17:00. Visits to the Estádio do Dragão are not guided (Audio guides available for hire at the Museum Reception).
  • Cost: Exclusive (€€€)
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  • Wireless internet access: Yes
  • Languages: Portuguese, Spanish, English, French, German
  • Payment cards: Multibanco
  • Located in the Dragon Stadium and open every day, the FC Porto Museum was given the Innovation and Creativity Award in 2015 by the Portuguese Museology Association (APOM) and nominated for the European Museum of the Year Awards 2016. This major cultural attraction impresses visitors for its collection of trophies and high-tech interactive exhibition. The fresh memories of titles won in the UEFA Champions League, the hologram of the chairman of the club, Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa, and the `Dragon Valkyrie', a work of art by Joana Vasconcelos, are waiting to be discovered amongst many exclusive items from the club's 120 years of history in the city.
  • GPS: 41.161781, -8.583687
  • E-mail: museu@fcporto.pt
  • Fax: +351 225570550
  • Bus: STCP - 401, STCP - 806
  • Metro: Metro do Porto - A, Metro do Porto - B, Metro do Porto - B Expresso, Metro do Porto - E, Metro do Porto - F
  • Price: Museum Tour + Stadium Tour: Adult 15,00€ Senior >=65: 12,00€ Children (5-12): 10,00€ Children (0-4): Free Family (2 Adults + 2 Children / 1 Adult + 3 Children): 10% discount
  • Discounts: PortoCard PortoCard 10% discount,
  • Recommended for: Couples, Young people, Families, Seniors, Exclusive

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