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Lisbon Events Calendar

Logistics for planning things to do for an excellent day (or week, or month) in and around Lisbon, in English. ATTENTION: Most of the top museums in Lisbon have closed due to the attempt to contain the Coronavirus. There will likely be last-minute cancellations on events until mid-May and possibly beyond, so for now, it’s best to call and check if the event you fancy is still going on just in case.
Jul
4
Sat
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Jul 4 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 4 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

Jul
5
Sun
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Jul 5 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 5 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

Jul
6
Mon
2020
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 6 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

Jul
7
Tue
2020
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 7 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 7 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
8
Wed
2020
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 8 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 8 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
9
Thu
2020
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 9 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 9 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
10
Fri
2020
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 10 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 10 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
11
Sat
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Jul 11 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 11 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

Jul
12
Sun
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Jul 12 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 12 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

Jul
13
Mon
2020
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 13 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

Jul
14
Tue
2020
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 14 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 14 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
15
Wed
2020
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€
Jul 15 @ 11:00 – 18:00
to Jul 15 | HISTORICAL EXHIBITION | Belém: Demolition to Stage | Belém | 1,50-6€ @ Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

80 years ago, Portugal celebrated 800 years of itself. As a result, the now highly popular tourist destination that is Belém underwent a few significant changes.

Here’s some more detailed history from the organizers of this historical exhibit:
“In 1940, the Portuguese World Exhibition and Belém seemed to be one. The vast dimension of the event took over the neighborhood. The Estado Novo announced admirable changes in those empty lands, available to host such a great party. But what was this place before 1940?

In addition to the uncultivated land, the neighborhood had a dense, varied and attractive urban core. People lived and traded on streets, lanes and streets consolidated over the centuries, growing in urbanity, since Infante D. Henrique had built a first church there, that of Santa Maria de Belém. This urban and popular nucleus complemented the erudite and noble character conferred by the surrounding farms and palaces – such as the Palácio da Praia (where today is the Centro Cultural de Belém), demolished only in 1962, or the Palácio de Belém, transformed into the official residence of the Presidency of the Republic, after 1910.

The preparation of the Portuguese World Exhibition involved a significant number of demolitions, which amputated the neighborhood in many of its valences: urban structure, housing, commercial spaces, places of sociability, market, and even heritage buildings.

Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the Portuguese World Exhibition remains in place, in physical structures that we can see and touch, but above all in an incorporeal way.

‘BELÉM: DEMOLIR TO STAGE’ follows this path. It is an exhibition curated by Pedro Rito Nobre that will take us on a journey through the memories that still exist in this place, and others that have been erased. ‘With this exhibition, I hope that the public (in general, and especially those who know Belém today, including the residents) will gain a sense of how Belém has evolved and transformed over time. We get used to places as we know them and sometimes we do not question what was there before, or the reasons why they were transformed. Many of the spaces that we cross today are direct heirs of the Portuguese World Exhibition and some almost surprising or misfit elements are, after all, remains of that event.'”

ENTRY: 1,50-6€.

More info here.

to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 15 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
16
Thu
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 16 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
17
Fri
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 17 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
18
Sat
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Jul 18 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

Jul
19
Sun
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Jul 19 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

CANCELLED – MONTHLY | CHANGING OF THE GUARDS | GNR Presidential Equestrian Squadron Lineup | Belém | FREE
Jul 19 @ 11:00 – 12:00
CANCELLED - MONTHLY | CHANGING OF THE GUARDS | GNR Presidential Equestrian Squadron Lineup | Belém | FREE @ Palácio Nacional de Belém | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Why the long face?
Oh, you risk your and your horse’s life for the President every day as a member of the GNR‘s Equestrian Squadron?
Well, my friends — we salute you both!
Every third Sunday of the month, all year round, in front of the President’s residence, Palacio de Belém.
Learn more straight from the horse’s mouth here.
And here are some fun facts about our graceful companions.

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Jul
21
Tue
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 21 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
22
Wed
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 22 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
23
Thu
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 23 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
24
Fri
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 24 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
25
Sat
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Jul 25 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

Jul
26
Sun
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Jul 26 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

Jul
28
Tue
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 28 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
29
Wed
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 29 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
30
Thu
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 30 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Jul
31
Fri
2020
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE
Jul 31 @ 15:00 – 15:30
to July 31st | GUIDED MUSEUM VISITS | Terapêuticas Bordalianas | Campo Grande | FREE @ Museu Bordalo Pinheiro | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro is a household name in Portugal. He was a man of many talents and, even though he died 115 years ago, his work and influence on the country remain ever-present. One example of said influence is Zé Povinho, the vaguely familiar fat little dude on the left.

This summer, the museum bearing Bordalo’s name wants to help you fight those pandemic blues, free of charge, with what they’re calling Terapêuticas Bordalianas.

Here’s what they say:
“The Therapeutic Bordalianas are free half-hour-long visits to the Museum Bordalo Pinheiro designed to introduce visitors to the Bordaliano world.
We choose one piece or theme per day, between Tuesday and Friday, always at 15h, and then we invite the visitor to explore the Museum freely.

Themes and pieces:
Tuesdays – Arab perfumer and the tile
Wednesdays – Manueline carving and popular culture
Thursdays – Mesa-Posta plate and naturalism
Fridays – Zé Povinho: identity and politics

But attention!
It can manifest the following side effects: irony, sense of humor, sarcasm, freedom of thought, social and political criticism.
If symptoms persist, contact us, we have more activities for you!”

FREE with prior registration.

Registration (and more info) via [email protected].

*Limited to five people per tour.

Aug
1
Sat
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Aug 1 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

Aug
2
Sun
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Aug 2 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

Aug
8
Sat
2020
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€
Aug 8 @ 10:30 – 15:30
CANCELLED | Weekly | WEEKEND THEME VISITS | The Museum of Ethnology | Belém | 3€ @ The Museum of Ethnology | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Educational Service of the National Museum of Ethnology invites you and your family to get educated about the diverse history of Portugal, and the world too.
Here’s what they got for you, every weekend:
Saturday:
10:30 am – Discovering the masks and puppets of Ségou region, Mali.
2:30 pm – Discover the dolls of southwestern Angola.

Sunday:
10:30 am – Discovering rural life in Portugal.
2:30 pm – The discovery of the reserves of the Indians of Brazil.
Duration: 60 min.
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) = 3€

Free on Sunday morning, without prior registration.

For more info:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
934 458 352 ,
213 041 160/9.

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