The Portimão Museum is located in the parish of Portimão, in the homonymous municipality, in Portugal. It is installed in the old Feu canning factory, and opened to the public on 17 May 2008.
The Museum’s estate consists of industrial and ethnographic heritage, namely that of the canning industry, shipbuilding, fishing, stowage, lithography, foundry, tin shop, smokehouse, transport, among others. As for the archaeological testimonies of the Municipality, it aggregates materials from various terrestrial and underwater archaeological stations.
In addition to the room that hosts the reference exhibition “Portimão – Territory and Identity”, the museum also has other public spaces such as two rooms for temporary exhibitions, an auditorium for 171 people, a training / meeting room with 54 m2, the room “Jaime Palhinha” where activities related to the educational service and the Documentation and Historical Archive Center are developed.