The Electricity Museum (Museu da Electricidade) is a former power plant building on the banks of the Tagus River.
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  1. #PT24
  2. Avenida Brasília (Edifício Central Tejo), Lisboa, Protugal
  3. +351210028130
  5. Working hours*:
    Tue-Sun from 10:00 to 18:00
  6. Prices*:
    from 2 €, depends on the exposure
  7. * - opening and closing times as well as entrance prices, are subject to alterations without notice. Visitors are advised to check before visiting.
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The Lisbon Electricity Museum housed in the Central Tejo building, which functioned as a power plant until the 1970s, as the industrial architecture of the building tells us - glass, iron, red brick and large windows.
The museum is currently part of the EDP Foundation, including the most modern Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT).
Inside the Electricity Museum, you can see high-pressure boilers and other equipment used to generate electricity. The museum also has a gallery dedicated to contemporary Portuguese art.
The Electricity Museum holds temporary exhibitions.
How to get there: buses 28, 714, 727, 729, 751; tram 15E; train to the station. Belém;