In addition to the richness of its collection of Sacred Art, it has the Belvedere Tower – a space typical of the 19th-century Madeiran urban palaces — from where one can enjoy a privileged view of the city and the sea.
Rua do Bispo, 21
Madeira - Portugal
Largo do Colégio or
Townhall is 1 min. away
from MASF main entrance.
Monday to Friday:
10:00 am - 5:30 pm
10:00 am – 1:30 pm
Closed Sundays and public holidays
Take any city bus (the yellow buses) with the direction to ‘Centro’, or interurban buses with direction to Funchal.
Once you arrive at Avenida do Mar, the last stop, it’s a 7 min. walk to the museum.
These are the options you have
for parking which are closer to
> Galerias São Francisco (3 min. walk)
> P. 5 de outubro (5 min. walk)
> P. Santa Luzia (5 min. walk)
TICKETS & ...
Adults (single ticket) — 8 €
Locals — 4 €
Guided tour with Museum guide (5 to 10 pax) — 10 € (p/pax)
Groups under contract with travel agencies (10+ people) — 4,50 €
Children up to 12 years old and students;
Members of APOM/ICOM;
Journalists and tourism professionals (duly identified);
Members of the clergy
TOURS (GENERAL PUBLIC)
The Museum organizes guided tours aimed at the general public, in Portuguese, on Fridays at 11:00 am upon prior registration.
Price — 10€ per person (includes ticket)
Each visit has a limit of 10 people max.
Payment is made at the museum reception
Register in advance using the form below.
ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS
The Educational Service of the museum organizes guided visits for school groups and the public coming from institutions and cultural associations, homes, Casas do Povo, etc.;Schedule an activity
Thematic visits are occasionally organized for the general public, with sign-up.
The visit culminates in the building's Belvedere Tower, where it is possible to contemplate the sea and the city.
Each floor offers a different ambience. Gradually the spaces become more open and bright.
On the way out, returning to the ground floor, be sure to stop by the museum shop, and end your visit with a meal at the Café Museum.
Access to the Belvedere Tower viewpoint is through the museum and it’s included in the ticket.
The museum does not have an elevator. The staircase provides access to the upper floors. There are, however, access ramps on the ground floor: ticket office/shop and temporary showroom, and folding portable benches (located on the 1st floor) that also serve as a “crutch” when closed.
During your visit you may be photographed or filmed by museum staff. These photos are intended for our archive, and may be used in printed or digital material for publicizing the museum.