When he returned to Portugal in 1919, he worked as a journalist and was an avid opponent of Salazar's authoritarian Estado Novo regime. Ferreira de Castro documented his worldwide travels in his book A Volta ao Mundo at the outset of World War II. Before his death, in Porto, he proclaimed his wish to be interned in Sintra and donated his large collection of private artefacts, books, and literary works to the town.
Across two floors the exhibit chronicles his life and works in chronological order across three separate themes:
•  His childhood and his growing up in Oliveira de Azeméis.
•  His life in Brazil and the influences from the rain forest and Belém.
•  His return to Portugal, his life as a journalist, and finally his later years and his global successes.
Monday – Tuesday: 10h00 – 18h00, Weekends: 12h00 – 18h00, (last entry 17h00). Monday: CLOSED
The Ferreira de Castro Museum is a ten-minute stroll from the old town centre on the road leading to Quinta da Regaleira and through a gateway on the right-hand side just before the Lawrences Hotel.
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.
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