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Porto: Serralves Foundation Entry Ticket

1. Porto: Serralves Foundation Entry Ticket

Explore Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art and its grounds with your entry ticket. See why the entire landscape and architectural heritage were classified as a National Monument in 2012.  Enjoy different parts of the museum, which consists of the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Casa do Cinema Manoel de Oliveira (both designed by the architect Álvaro Siza), Serralves Villa (a unique example of Art Deco architecture), and the 18-hectare Serralves Park, which was recently complemented by the pioneering Treetop Walk: an elevated walkway close to the treetops. Visit the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, which was designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira, a Pritzker Prize winner. The Museum of Contemporary Art presents exhibitions by leading Portuguese and foreign artists, concerts, dance shows, and performances, among other activities. Enjoy the 18-hectare Serralves Park, designed by Jacques Gréber, is a unique example of Portugal's landscape heritage. It consists of a wide range of spaces: formal gardens, woods, a traditional farm and the Treetop Walk. Try something different with the Treetop Walk — designed by the architects Álvaro Siza Vieira and Carlos Castanheira — an elevated walkway in the treetops, which enables impressive observation and study of the biodiversity of Serralves Park. Experience the Manoel de Oliveira House of Cinema, designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira, which shows off the work of Portugal's most-famed director with exhibitions, film series, and conferences. The Serralves Villa is a unique example of Art Deco architecture with leading European furniture designers such as Émile Jacques Ruhlmann, René Lalique, and Edgar Brandt contributing to the interior of Serralves Villa.

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What people are saying about Treetop Walk

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4.5 / 5

based on 118 reviews

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Large gardens and museums take 3-4 hours, but are among the best in Porto. I highly recommend it. The advantage of buying this ticket during the waiting time is negligible, as both the advance sale and the same day ticket are in the same line.

Fast, comfortable and without queuing

He avoided us queuing for more than an hour to enter the museum. I managed everything in minutes through the mobile phone, without printing anything. Just perfect. Thank you.

I enjoyed the whole experience but I enjoyed the Miro exhibit and the interior of the Villa and secondly the treetop walk!

originality of the exhibition. Magnificent park. To do absolutely

Really interesting museum and one of the best parks in Porto.