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"OUTSTANDING, INTELLIGENT AND FUN" The greatest Media and Communication experience in Europe. The NewsMuseum invokes and explains the media coverage of episodes of recent history and allows the visitors to interact with Radio and TV. The equipment...more
Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Rua Visconde de Monserrate 26, Sintra 2710-591, Portugal
This museum was bare random in terms of location but it's one of the best museums we have visited ... critical approach to the media with 3 floors of analysis ... The guerra/media section was very moving and the sports section was entertaining too ,...More
Who would have thunk it? A great museum dedicated to the media in the middle of a tiny village in Portugal. I have no idea what this museum is doing here or why it’s here but I’m a journalist and I can tell you that...More
Went as a teacher with HS kids. Very interesting and informative. Great history lesson and journey of how journalism has changed over the years. Fantastic technology inside including interactive displays. Still, if I were a family or couple visiting, it wouldn’t be top of my...More
Found this great modern museum by chance, well worth an hour or two 's visit. Very well presented, informative and thought provoking look at the way the news influences our lives.
Some great interactive experiences and don't miss the opportunity to be a TV news...More
While the roads around were full of tourists there were not too many people in the museum. Our 7 years old boy was fascinated and so were we parents. 1 hour is not enough, rather expect to spend more time.
Very interesting museum. A good overlooking panorama on the development of the media during the last decades, not forgetting a vision of the future.
Although with a central location in Sintra town (which is convenient for visitors) the size of the building is not big...More
The News Museum here caught us by surprise. We went in there an found the place with unexpected highlight. Very informative and interactive. Staff were helpful and patient. Worth to come and see the changes in day to day life. By the way, there was...More