The Anjos Teixeira museum was established in 1976 and was where Pedro worked and taught sculpture from 1977 to 1992. The museum showcases sculptures made from various materials, such as plaster, marble, and bronze, along with drawings and prototypes. Pedro Augusto's works mainly revolve around the study of the female form, pastoral landscapes, and rural life in the neorealism style. Additionally, the museum offers recreational and educational activities for young children. You can access the museum by going down some steps located at the apex of the bend in the road Volta do Duche that leads to the old town from the train station. Alternatively, you can also access it from the Azinhaga da Sardinha car park.
Tuesday - Friday: 10h00 – 18h00, Weekends: 12h00 – 18h00. (Last admission at 17h00) Monday: CLOSED
Adult: €1.00, Child: FREE.
The museum is easily reached by a pleasant stroll from the train station uphill, past the old town hall and around the bend on the Volta do Duche road. There's a bronze statue of Ana Paula just before the sign showing you where the steps are that lead you down to the museum.
Take the IC19 from Lisbon, IC30 from Mafra or EN9 turning off the A5 motorway to Cascais
The Scotturb buses #434 & #435 leaves from Sintra Train station and takes you to the Old Town Sintra.
Azinhaga da Sardinha, Rio do Porto, Sintra, Portugal. | 38° 48' 03.5" N | 09° 22' 41.7" W
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