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Lisbon Events Calendar

Logistics for planning things to do for an excellent day (or week, or month) in Lisbon and beyond, in English. Free events are in blue. You can also subscribe for a weekly digest, or see what's happening live on the Atlas Lisboa app. Want something more tailored? Head to the Atlas Marketplace to book tours, experiences, and more, from walking and boat trips to surf classes and exclusive access to archeological sites.
Jun
25
Tue
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jun 25 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jun 25 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jun 25 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

Jun
26
Wed
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jun 26 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jun 26 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jun 26 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

Jun
27
Thu
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jun 27 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jun 27 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jun 27 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE
Jun 27 @ 21:45 – 23:45
to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE @ Quinta das Conchas | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

CineConchas (roughly “CineShells”) is one of the many reasons Lisbon is an awesome town.
And it’s back for its 2019 edition, which means:
Three weekends.
Nine films.
Fresh air.
International and Hollywood movie magic (some for the whole family).
Under the night sky in the second largest public park in Lisbon, Quinta das Conchas.
Free of charge.

Here’s the full program (with trailers; you’re welcome):
Thursday, June 27
The Silent Revolution.

Friday, June 28
Hunter Killer.

Saturday, June 29
Force Ralph: Ralph vs Internet (spoken Portuguese version).

Thursday, July 4
Everybody Knows.

Friday, July 5
Widows.

Saturday, July 6
Green Book.

Thursday, July 11
Cold War.

Friday, July 12
Bohemian Rhapsody.

Saturday, July 13
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.

SHOWTIME: 21h45.

FREE ENTRY.

Jun
28
Fri
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jun 28 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jun 28 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jun 28 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE
Jun 28 @ 21:45 – 23:45
to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE @ Quinta das Conchas | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

CineConchas (roughly “CineShells”) is one of the many reasons Lisbon is an awesome town.
And it’s back for its 2019 edition, which means:
Three weekends.
Nine films.
Fresh air.
International and Hollywood movie magic (some for the whole family).
Under the night sky in the second largest public park in Lisbon, Quinta das Conchas.
Free of charge.

Here’s the full program (with trailers; you’re welcome):
Thursday, June 27
The Silent Revolution.

Friday, June 28
Hunter Killer.

Saturday, June 29
Force Ralph: Ralph vs Internet (spoken Portuguese version).

Thursday, July 4
Everybody Knows.

Friday, July 5
Widows.

Saturday, July 6
Green Book.

Thursday, July 11
Cold War.

Friday, July 12
Bohemian Rhapsody.

Saturday, July 13
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.

SHOWTIME: 21h45.

FREE ENTRY.

Jun
29
Sat
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jun 29 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jun 29 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jun 29 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE
Jun 29 @ 21:45 – 23:45
to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE @ Quinta das Conchas | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

CineConchas (roughly “CineShells”) is one of the many reasons Lisbon is an awesome town.
And it’s back for its 2019 edition, which means:
Three weekends.
Nine films.
Fresh air.
International and Hollywood movie magic (some for the whole family).
Under the night sky in the second largest public park in Lisbon, Quinta das Conchas.
Free of charge.

Here’s the full program (with trailers; you’re welcome):
Thursday, June 27
The Silent Revolution.

Friday, June 28
Hunter Killer.

Saturday, June 29
Force Ralph: Ralph vs Internet (spoken Portuguese version).

Thursday, July 4
Everybody Knows.

Friday, July 5
Widows.

Saturday, July 6
Green Book.

Thursday, July 11
Cold War.

Friday, July 12
Bohemian Rhapsody.

Saturday, July 13
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.

SHOWTIME: 21h45.

FREE ENTRY.

Jun
30
Sun
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jun 30 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jun 30 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jun 30 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

to Jun 30 | ART WORKSHOP | Atelier Sardinha | Chiado | FREE
Jun 30 @ 15:30 – 16:30
to Jun 30 | ART WORKSHOP | Atelier Sardinha | Chiado | FREE @ Rua Nova da Trindade 20, 1200-303 Lisboa, Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Sardines.
If you’ve ever been to Portugal, you know they’re a thing. Especially this saintly time of year.
Sardines look stupid, are affordable, easy to prepare, easy to eat (the bones are edible too, trust us), and they taste from ok to good.
Drawing them, however, is not an easy task, as some of Atlas’ own staff have learned in recent years. It’s a long story…

If you, however, have ever wanted to perfect the art of sardine representation, then Atelier Sardinha invites you to bring the whole family to their free weekend workshops.

Here’s what they tell us:
“Integrated in the 100% Sardinha exhibition, Atelier Sardinha invites different Portuguese artists to explore various artistic materials and techniques such as drawing, painting, collage, and printing.”

The workshops run through June, with hour-long sessions on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, at 15h30 and 17h30.

Remaining Sessions:
15 JUNE:
15H30 – MARIA REMEDIO.
17.30 – MANTRASTE.
All ages.

16 JUNE:
15H30 – TIAGO ALBUQUERQUE (All ages).
17H30 – CATARINA SOBRAL (kids 5-12).

20 JUNE:
15H30 – MARIANA RIO (All ages).

22 JUNE:
15H30 – TERESA CORTEZ (15 and older).
17H30 – JOANA ESTRELA (All ages).

23 JUNE :
15H30 – SERROTE.
17.30 – SUSANA ANTONIO.
(All ages).

29 JUNE:
15H30 – ANDRÉ Letria.
17:30 – Nuno Saraiva.
(All ages).

30 JUNE:
15.30 – TIAGO GALO.
17.30 – NICOLAU.
(15 and older).

Register here, or email [email protected] with any questions.

FREE with registration.

Jul
1
Mon
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jul 1 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

Jul
2
Tue
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jul 2 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jul 2 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jul 2 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

Jul
3
Wed
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jul 3 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jul 3 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jul 3 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

Jul
4
Thu
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jul 4 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jul 4 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jul 4 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE
Jul 4 @ 21:45 – 23:45
to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE @ Quinta das Conchas | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

CineConchas (roughly “CineShells”) is one of the many reasons Lisbon is an awesome town.
And it’s back for its 2019 edition, which means:
Three weekends.
Nine films.
Fresh air.
International and Hollywood movie magic (some for the whole family).
Under the night sky in the second largest public park in Lisbon, Quinta das Conchas.
Free of charge.

Here’s the full program (with trailers; you’re welcome):
Thursday, June 27
The Silent Revolution.

Friday, June 28
Hunter Killer.

Saturday, June 29
Force Ralph: Ralph vs Internet (spoken Portuguese version).

Thursday, July 4
Everybody Knows.

Friday, July 5
Widows.

Saturday, July 6
Green Book.

Thursday, July 11
Cold War.

Friday, July 12
Bohemian Rhapsody.

Saturday, July 13
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.

SHOWTIME: 21h45.

FREE ENTRY.

Jul
5
Fri
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jul 5 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jul 5 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jul 5 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE
Jul 5 @ 21:45 – 23:45
to Jul 13 | OUTDOOR FILM FESTIVAL | CineConches 2019 | Quinta das Conchas | FREE @ Quinta das Conchas | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

CineConchas (roughly “CineShells”) is one of the many reasons Lisbon is an awesome town.
And it’s back for its 2019 edition, which means:
Three weekends.
Nine films.
Fresh air.
International and Hollywood movie magic (some for the whole family).
Under the night sky in the second largest public park in Lisbon, Quinta das Conchas.
Free of charge.

Here’s the full program (with trailers; you’re welcome):
Thursday, June 27
The Silent Revolution.

Friday, June 28
Hunter Killer.

Saturday, June 29
Force Ralph: Ralph vs Internet (spoken Portuguese version).

Thursday, July 4
Everybody Knows.

Friday, July 5
Widows.

Saturday, July 6
Green Book.

Thursday, July 11
Cold War.

Friday, July 12
Bohemian Rhapsody.

Saturday, July 13
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.

SHOWTIME: 21h45.

FREE ENTRY.

Jul
6
Sat
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Jul 6 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | “Among Dinosaurs” | Príncipe Real | 5€
Jul 6 @ 10:00 – 17:00
to Dec 31 | EXHIBIT | "Among Dinosaurs" | Príncipe Real | 5€ @ Museu de Historia Natural e da Ciência | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

As you probably already know, dinosaurs once roamed the Earth— but did you know that they roamed around Portugal? The Museum of Natural History is taking an intensive look at different types of dinosaur fossils and inviting you to get to know the regions of Portugal where they are most abundant. Learn about excavation work, laboratory preparation, and identification of the Allosaurus fossils found in Andrés (Pombal) and maybe you’ll get a better idea about just what was going on at this time 150 million years ago, and what dinosaurs have survived until today.

Note: Weekend hours are from 11h to 18h

From the organizers:

Allosaurus: in what regions of the planet were they discovered? What characteristics did these Dinosaurs have? The answer to this question leads to the reflection about the diets of the dinosaurs, their life habits, and the adaptations necessary for their survival. Since Allosaurus is a theropod, we can not forget that some dinosaurs of this group evolved acquiring avian characteristics. We are therefore led to the conclusion that not all of the dinosaurs were extinct 66 million years ago.

to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€
Jul 6 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 8 | INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT | Dogs and Cats | Expo | 9€ @ Pavilhão do Conhecimento | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Aah, our fuzzy friends. We all wish we could see the world through their eyes for at least a day, and now we can at the Pavilhão do Conhecimento. I know it’s exciting, but please remember you’re house-trained. Right?

Weekend hours: 11h – 19h
FREE ENTRANCE on July 25 (Pavilhão do Conhecimento’s Birthday)

From the organizers:
They live in our homes and streets, in our imagination and even in the music we listen to. And have been with us for thousands of years. But what do we actually know about them? How did they become so different from wild animals? How do they see, listen and feel the world?

The new temporary exhibition of Pavilion of Knowledge invites children and grown-ups to explore the world of their favorite pets. The exhibition is composed by three thematic areas: (“In their skin”; “In their head”; “In our societies”) adding a total of 47 interactive exhibits.

Produced by Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – from Paris – will be open to the public until September 8, 2019. On the first Sunday of every month, the public is welcome to visit our science center with a dog and also to participate in our workshop programme Canine Passport. But we’re not stopping there: Feline Instinct workshop happens every second Sunday of the month and is dedicated to cats.

Are you ready to enter the amazing world of your favorite pets?

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