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The Museum of Lisbon offers guided tours, entertainment visits, workshops, conferences, debates and training sessions to learn more about the history and experiences of the city of Lisbon. 

Activities are aimed at the general public, families, schools, senior citizens and people with special needs. 
Here is some information that may help you prepare for your visit. If you need any further help, please contact us at: info@museudelisboa.pt

Admission

STANDARD TICKET · 3 €
Museum of Lisbon – Pimenta Palace, Saint Anthony, Roman Theatre, West Tower

Casa dos Bicos (ground floor - archaeological centre)
Free admission

JOINT TICKET · 6 €
Pimenta Palace + Saint Anthony + Roman Theatre + Casa dos Bicos
Valid for 2 months after purchase.
No other age or category discounts

Please note: West Tower is currently closed for renovation works. 

Discounts

  • 13 to 25 years old, non-resident in Lisbon: 50% (1.50 €)
  • 19 to 25 years old, resident in the Municipality of Lisbon: 50% (1,50 €)
  • Over 65 years old, non-resident in the Municipality of Lisbon: 15% (2,60 €)
  • Disabled persons: 15% (free admission for the companion)

Please note: These discounts will be applied upon presentation of validating proof

free admission

  • Up to 12 years old;
  • Up to 18 years old, resident in the Municipality of Lisbon;
  • Over 65 years old, resident in the Municipality of Lisbon;
  • Sundays and public holidays until 2pm for residents in the Municipality of Lisbon;
  • Tourism professionals (as part of work duties);
  • Journalists (as part of work duties);
  • Researchers and professors, accredited or on visits for work;
  • Members of APOM, ICOM
  • Institutional sponsors
  • Unemployed people living in the Municipality of Lisbon
  • On 18 May and 13 June
  • AICA – only at the Pimenta Palace and West Tower
  • Archaeologists accredited by archaeology associations or similar institutions - only at the Roman Theatre
  • EGEAC and CML employees and companion

COVID-19 PREVENTIVE MEASURES

Temporary alteration of access conditions in light of COVID-19 preventive measures

  • Entrance to the Museum is limited to a maximum of 25 visitors and 45 in the garden;
  • Groups are limited to 5 people;
  • Temperatures will be taken at the entrance;
  • The use of masks is compulsory throughout your visit to the Museum (from age 10 and up);
  • The Museum provides hand disinfectant. Use it at the entrance and throughout the visit;
  • Avoid crowds of people and keep a safe distance of 2 metres;
  • Adopt respiratory etiquette measures;
  • Pay by card if possibly; the museum has a contactless system;
  • For booked activities or shows, arrive to the Museum 15 minutes in advance;
  • Follow all instructions from staff;

The Museum's operating rules will always follow the current guidelines of the Directorate-General for Health.

 

Accessibilities

Here you will find more details about how the Museum of Lisbon works to promote physical, social and intellectual accessibility.

Tickets

Tickets to visit our spaces or participate in our activities can be bought online at Blueticket. If preferred, you can also purchase tickets at the Museum of Lisbon's ticket offices (Pimenta Palace, Saint Anthony, Roman Theatre, Casa dos Bicos), call 217 513 200, or send an email to reservas@museudelisboa.pt to obtain detailed information about the process of buying and booking tickets.

Reduced Price Tickets

The Museum of Lisbon offers reduced price tickets and several discounts. Please check our current price list. For more information, please contact us by email at: reservas@museudelisboa.pt.

Reduced Mobility Access

The Museum of Lisbon has adapted all its buildings with ramps, lifts, wheelchairs and adapted toilets. All staff have been trained to welcome visitors with special needs. 

Portuguese Sign Language

Activities for families at the Museum of Lisbon are available with interpretation in Portuguese Sign Language with prior booking: servicoeducativo@museudelisboa.pt 

The Website

The Museum of Lisbon website, in Portuguese and English, is easy to read and provided in accessible language. 

Visits and Activities

The Museum of Lisbon offers a diverse and accessible set of activities and visits aimed at a wide range of audiences and available by prior booking through the email address: reservas@museudelisboa.pt 

Theatre Group Todos 

In partnership with the Portuguese Association of Parents and Friends of Mentally Disabled Citizens (APPACDM), the Museum of Lisbon has developed a project bringing theatre to groups with special needs since 2015. Two plays have been performed as part of the project – 1383-85 and 1640 – interpreted by young people from APPACDM. 

Guided tours and Activities

1. Group visits with prior booking

The booking needs to be made at least seven consecutive days in advance. A group is eight or more visitors.

2. Visits and activities, groups with NO prior booking required

Special visits or others that take place in any part of the museum.

3. Entertainment activities

Includes all visits with entertainment, dance, theatre, etc. in any part of the museum.

4. families activities

Visits and activities/workshops designed specifically for children accompanied by adults and held at one of the Museum of Lisbon's sites or
in other locations. Materials used in these activities are provided by the Museum of Lisbon. They last approximately 90 minutes and take place on predetermined weekends.

5. Walking tours

Guided walking tours related to the history and experiences of the city and which may include a visit to one of the Museum of Lisbon's locations. Approximate duration of 2 hours. Aimed at groups of 10 to 25 participants.

6. School groups

The Museum of Lisbon also offers a programme exclusively for schools.

Venue Hire

The Museum of Lisbon - Pimenta Palace hires some rooms and gardens for events of a cultural and/or commercial nature, subject to assessment, approval and availability.
Please request the venue hire form by email: info@museudelisboa.pt 

 

Communication

For more information contact: Marina Marques; Marta Almeida Santos

+351 217 513 219

Contacts

  • Pimenta Palace

    Campo Grande, 245
    1700-091 Lisbon

    T: + 351 217 513 200

    info@museudelisboa.pt

    Opening hours

    TUE — SUN
    10am to 6pm
    (last entry at 5:30 pm)

    Closed

    Monday
    On the bank holidays:

    • 1 JAN
    • 1 MAY
    • 25 DEC

    How to get here

    Metro Station
    • Campo Grande
    Bus
    • 701
    • 717
    • 731
    • 735
    • 736
    • 738
    • 747
    • 750
    • 755
    • 767
    • 778
    • 783
    • 796
    • 798
    Where to park

    Museum parking area

  • Saint Anthony

    Largo de Santo António da Sé, 22
    1100-499 Lisbon

    T: +351 218 860 447

    santoantonio@museudelisboa.pt

    Opening hours

    TUE — SUN
    10am to 6pm
    (last entry at 5:30 pm)

    Closed

    Monday
    On the bank holidays:

    • 1 JAN
    • 1 MAY
    • 25 DEC

    How to get here

    Metro Station
    • Terreiro do Paço
    • Baixa-Chiado
    Bus
    • 714
    • 732
    • 736
    • 737
    • 760
    Tram
    • 12E
    • 28E
    Where to park

    Nearby car parks – Chão do Loureiro, Campo das Cebolas and Portas do Sol

  • Roman Theatre

    Rua de São Mamede, 3 A
    1100-532 Lisbon

    T: +351 215 818 530

    teatroromano@museudelisboa.pt

    Opening hours

    TUE — SUN
    10am to 6pm
    (last entry at 5:30 pm)

    Closed

    Monday
    On the bank holidays:

    • 1 JAN
    • 1 MAY
    • 25 DEC

    How to get here

    Metro Station
    • Terreiro do Paço
    • Baixa-Chiado
    Bus
    • 714
    • 732
    • 736
    • 737
    • 760
    Tram
    • 12E
    • 28E
    Where to park

    Nearby car parks – Chão do Loureiro, Portas do Sol and Campo das Cebolas

  • Casa dos Bicos

    Rua dos Bacalhoeiros, 10
    1100-135 Lisbon

    T: + 351 210 993 811

    info@museudelisboa.pt

    Opening hours

    MON — SAT
    10am to 6pm
    (last entry at 5:30 pm)

    Closed

    Sunday
    On the bank holidays:

    • 1 JAN
    • 1 MAY
    • 25 DEC

    How to get here

    Metro Station
    • Terreiro do Paço
    Bus
    • 728
    • 735
    • 759
    • 794
    Tram
    • 12E
    • 28E
    Where to park

    Nearby car parks – Campo das Cebolas, Chão do Loureiro and Portas do Sol

  • West Tower

    Praça do Comércio, 1
    1100-148 Lisboa

    info@museudelisboa.pt

    Opening hours

    West Tower is temporarily closed for renovation works.

    How to get here

    Metro Station
    • Terreiro do Paço
    Bus
    • 711
    • 714
    • 728
    • 732
    • 735
    • 736
    • 759
    • 760
    • 781
    • 782
    Tram
    • 15E
    • 25E
    Ferry
    • Terreiro do Paço
    Where to park

    Nearby car parks – Praça do Município and Campo das Cebolas