Boa Nova Tea House

Built on rocks, just two meters from the water, with the sea in the background, the Casa da Chá da Boa Nova is one of the most popular places for architecture lovers.
The Boa Nova Tea House was built in 1958, under the proposal of the then Mayor of Matosinhos, Engineer Fernando Pinto de Oliveira. In 1991, Casa de Chá had the intervention of Álvaro Siza not only in architecture, but also in the creation of furniture and decoration that remains today.
In March 2011, the building was classified as a National Monument, along with the Leça da Palmeira Swimming Pool, also by Álvaro Siza.

Tuesday to Saturday | 9 am – 10:00 am  (1h) | 9:30 am – 10:30 am (1h)         
Monday | 2 pm – 5 pm (1h)

Participants: min.5 - max. 25
General Public: 10€
Discounts:
Under 12 years old: free entrance
Casa Friend Card: discount 10%
Students / 65+: 5€
Group Visits:
Schools / sociocultural associations: 5€

Booking at least 5 days in advance through the email visitas@casadaarquitectura.pt or the form (available at the top of this page).
For each group is offered the entrance of a teacher / attendant.
 

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