Museu do Vinho do Porto, Porto

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  • The museum is small, but interesting: but what really made the visit for us was the film, shown behind the admissions desk, of port wine being shipped by boat to the port wine cellars across the river...  more »
  • not much to see nothing to taste old style non interactive place, even the movie about the workers in Dourovalley was to fall asleep  more »
  • If you are not to go visiting a cellar, this is the place you get to know everything about Porto wine. Since we had no intention to buy wine to bring back to France, we decided to visit this museum. W...  more »
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  • Entrance on weekend is free. Just quick history of wine in Porto. Good to see.
  • It's tiny. Most of information can be googled. Like who and when started the tradition of port wine, how it became popular and helped the town's development. Probably it could be more attractive if more of exposition will be dedicated to the port wine itself, how it's made, in what way its barnds are different (with possibility to taste the difference). P.S.: looks like the attendance is free during weekend.
  • Lame, lame, lame. Waste of time, waste of money (little as it is 2,2 EUR but stil...) had more fun and got more interesting information in Sandeman cellar museum.
  • Waste of time and money. Nothing at all
  • Go instead on a cellar tour on the south bank of the river.