Here too, you can learn about photojournalism and see some of the most famous photos ever taken, such as Buzz Aldrin on the moon and Alberto Korda's shot of Che Guevara. The museum also examines new media, viewing habits and technologies. The museum tackles the phenomenon of fake news. The collection of global radio and TV broadcasts is vast and is one of the largest on Earth. Exhibits and commentaries are available in both Portuguese and English. The museum has grown in popularity over the last few years and offers a sobering alternative to the somewhat dreamy fairy-tail town of Sintra outside.
The museum is located in the centre of the old town, before you get to the National Palace, off a side street next to the Sintra Boutique Hotel.
High Season, Daily: 09h30 – 19h00, Low Season, Daily: 09h30 – 18h00
Adult: €6.50, Consessionary: €3.50, Child Under 5 FREE.
Lisbon Card: FREE
The museum is easily reached by a pleasant stroll from the train station up hill, past the old town hall and around the bend on the Volta do Duche road.
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.