Electricity Museum

Set in the charming area of Belém where there are so many other things to see, this riverside museum is actually a century old Lisbon thermoelectric power-plant with all its machinery still in remarkably good condition. It is a beautiful building which also houses other exhibitions: one on renewable energy sources, one on the scientists with most contributions in this field, another on the production and distribution of electricity and a section of interactive exhibits with experiments with various electrical phenomena and it also houses occasional temporary exhibitions.

Opening hours: Tuesdays to Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

How to get there: Train – Belém station on the Cascais Line

Buses – 28, 714, 727, 729 and 751
Tram – 15
Entry: Free

Address: Avenida de Brasília, Central Tejo, Portão Poente

1300-598 Lisboa
Contact: 210 028 190

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