Useful Information – Plan your visit

Schedules

ATTENTION | The Museum of the Oldest Appellation in the World is temporarily closed considering the epidemiological situation in our country.

Tickets

Simple

Museum Ticket | 5,00€

Children

Museum Ticket (children) | 2,50€ | 6 – 12 years old

Porto Experience

Museum + Port Wine Tasting | 12,00 € | Two Port Wines

Enoteca Experience

Museum Ticket + Enoteca Experience | 22,00€ | Four Port Wine tastings

Free Admission

ICOM and APOM members (with ID) 

2nd Saturday of each month (for Portuguese citizens only, with ID)

Group Visits

Name

Phone

Email

Date+Time

Number

Message

How to get here

Address.

Alameda da Rua Serpa Pinto, 44b | Av. Ramos Pinto, nº 118

Parking.

SABA Beira Rio Car Park| Rua Serpa Pinto, no44

Cais de GaiaCar Park | Av. Serpa Pinto, no 710

STCP Bus.

Largo Aljubarrota bus stop
Route: 901 (destination Trindade); 906 (destination Trindade)

Cable Car.

Gaia Cable Car | Lower Station 

Admission
Rules

To preserve the collection on display at the Museum of the Oldest Appellation in the World, visitors may not:

Touch items and display cases;
Smoke;
Use flash photography;
Bring pets, except guide dogs;
Eat and drink.

 

Covid-19 Rules:

Always use your mask;
Sanitize your hands regurly;
Please keep the safety distance (2m) from other visitors and displayed pieces,

Other
informations

Children must be accompanied at all times by adults;

Please ensure your mobile phone and other electronic devices are on silent mode during your tour of the museum;

During guided tours all group members should stay together;

Large objects (backpacks, umbrellas, etc) must be stored at the cloakroom in the Museum’s ticket/reception area;

In case of accident, please inform a member of the Museum staff immediately.

Accessibility

Wide circulation areas;

Access ramp into the building (temporarily unavailable) and lift to the 1st floor;

Display cases are ergonomically designed;

Multimedia and interactive stations throughout the permanent exhibition;

Exhibition contents translated into English;

Exhibition leaflets in several languages (not available);

Guided visits available in several languages (not available at the moment).