Small museum but it has everything that you need to know about the history of Porto wine. Well organized and the visit will not take long.
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You can't come to Porto without finding about the main produce of the area and this is the place to do it, A low-key, very static series of exhibits but it has the advantage of a reasonable audio guide and seats to use while reading...More
Went here with a large group from Emerald Waterways ship. moored just across from Museum.Lot of info about port and its production and methods of transportation.spent a hour here then into there shop for a purchase of port from small vineyard who we would `nt...More
This is an interesting museum to know how the Port Wine helped shape he city through time. It is not about he wine itself, but covers the economy around the wine. You can visit it in just over 30 minutes. Go if you are interested...More
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 from Porto. We started a bit late, so...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
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. With Porto card, it is...More
The exhibits display the history of port distribution in the area. We visited on a free entrance day. It is a small museum and is worth a look for those interested in history. There are videos, displays and documents.
I suppose we visited the museum thinking there would be more of a background on wine and port, when instead the museum was about the production and distribution in the area. Luckily when we visited on the weekend it was free, but I would have...More
Interesting information about Porto wine production. History (you can see historical objects), information about Douro valley where the grapes are grown