The Comte de Castro Museum was built in the late 19th century. The exterior is a two-story building. As the official residence of O'Neill, the museum combines Western castles and Arabic styles. The interior decoration is luxurious and very stylish. It displays many paintings and calligraphy. , Porcelain, jewelry and other exhibits.
The Condes de Castro Museum is also translated as the Museu Condes de Castro Guimarães. The museum is located in a small yellow two-story building with a gated balcony and is open to the public for free. The small building has a retro architectural color. The right side of the building sprays water on the wall inlaid with Portuguese blue tile paintings. A stone lion stands above the pool, but there is no water spewing from its mouth. On the right side of the gate, there is a shed-like chapel. The old cross represents the vicissitudes of life. The first and second floors of the building respectively display the master’s collection of paintings, porcelain, jewelry and small sculptures; various furniture and furnishings for the living room, dining room, and meeting room; as well as the master’s study room and a large number of books; the top floor loft furnishings It is a collection of various weapons, including muskets. Behind the museum building used to be a private garden, but now it is Cascais Park.
In the well-known local museum, the collection is quite rich, you can go and see it.
The museum is really big, after a day of shopping, I saw a lot of good things