Casa do Infante – Museum
The House of the Prince, which is the birthplace of Henrique the Navigator, is a set of buildings that were built to host the services of the Crown in Porto. Its history dates back to 1325, when the King D. Afonso IV built the 'Almazem' regal, against the will of the Bishop, the then lord of the borough. Functioned as royal dwelling, coin house and as Regal Customs until 1859. Currently, after being rehabilitated, the House of the Prince functions as a museum - the building excavations has revealed traces of Roman occupation, which now visitors can observe - also welcoming the historical Archive of Porto, which includes important historical documents, such as the city charter. The building integrates the Urban Wine Route.