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Ajuda National Palace

Castles & Country Houses, Museums & Art Centres
Ajuda National Palace, constructed from 1795 into the 19th century, the palace became the official royal residence in 1861. Open as a museum since 1968, it houses a large number of collections such as The Crown Jewels.

The collections are important and diverse; from furniture, paintings, ceramics, sculpture, photography and jewellery to glass, civilian objects, textiles, costumes, gold and silverware.

The palace is also used for state occasions.

For more detailed information concerning history and visits, see website.



Ajuda National Palace

Palacio Nacional da Ajuda
1349-021 Lisbon