Open from Monday to Sunday, from 9 am until midnight. Free entrance, Morgado Cultural Centre.
The Morgado Gardens belong to Morgado Palace, which was built at the end of the 18th century by António Theodoro de Gamboa e Liz. The complex layout is attributed to Mateus Vicente de Oliveira, an important architect of the time, who had family connections with the town of Arruda.
The range of plant species that can still be seen here come from all corners of the globe, including Japan, China, north Africa, Europe and America. The garden design was influenced by Jardim Barroco.