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 re-opened with new hours and regulations. There will likely be last-minute cancellations on events so for now, it’s best to call and check if the event you fancy is still going on — just in case.
Sep
20
Sun
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Sep 20 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Sept 20 | FESTIVAL | TODOS 2020: Passengers of the World | Santa Engrácia | FREE-TBD
Sep 20 @ 10:00 – 20:00
to Sept 20 | FESTIVAL | TODOS 2020: Passengers of the World | Santa Engrácia | FREE-TBD @ Santa Engrácia | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

“My fate cannot be mastered; it can only be collaborated with and thereby, to some extent, directed. Nor am I the captain of my soul; I am only its noisiest passenger.”
Aldous Huxley.

We’re all just passengers, really. And if your current stop happens to be Lisbon, then Festival TODOS 2020 has a few neat surprises for you along the way.

From the organizers:
“The festival that promotes and celebrates interculturality in the city of Lisbon – TODOS: Caminhada de Culturas – is back for its 12th edition. From 17 to 20 of September 2020, the neighborhood of Santa Engrácia, next to the Santa Apolónia train station, hosts shows and socio-cultural events that, each in its own way, develop the interaction between Passengers of the World, living and working in the Portuguese capital. An opportunity, also, to get to know better the places of this territory and what is not usually visible to our daily gaze, from the corners to reveal the stories and the community that lives in it.

2020 marks the year when we have to approach without touching. In this year in which digital must also be a space for meeting and sharing, our programming extends to the digital world through #TODOSemlinha.

With our eyes on a sky without borders, we move forward. In-person or digitally, join our journey through a Lisbon more inclusive, cosmopolitan, and open to the Other. Open to TODOS.”

Full program, tickets, and more info here.

Sep
21
Mon
2020
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 21 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Sep
22
Tue
2020
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Sep 22 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 22 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Sep
23
Wed
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Sep 23 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Sep 23 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 23 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Sep
24
Thu
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Sep 24 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Sep 24 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 24 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Sep
25
Fri
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Sep 25 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Sep 25 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 25 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Sep
26
Sat
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Sep 26 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Sep 26 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 26 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Sep
27
Sun
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Sep 27 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Sep 27 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

Sep
28
Mon
2020
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 28 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Sep
29
Tue
2020
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Sep 29 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 29 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Sep
30
Wed
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Sep 30 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Sep 30 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Sep 30 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Oct
1
Thu
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Oct 1 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Oct 1 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Oct 1 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Oct
2
Fri
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Oct 2 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Oct 2 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Oct 2 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Oct
3
Sat
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Oct 3 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Oct 3 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Oct 3 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Oct
4
Sun
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Oct 4 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]

to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Oct 4 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

Oct
5
Mon
2020
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Oct 5 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Oct
6
Tue
2020
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Oct 6 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Oct 11 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through October 11th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

RSVP your spot here.

to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€
Oct 6 @ 21:00 – 23:00
to Oct 31 | LIGHT SHOW | Lisbon Under Stars 2020 | Bairro Alto | 10,60€ @ Museu Arqueológico do Carmo | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Convento do Carmo is one of the coolest places in Lisbon. It is 631 years old, and it has survived an earthquake, a fire, gentrification, and, for now, a global pandemic. It is also host to the annual Lisbon Under Stars light show, and here’s what the organizers of that say:
“From August 20th to October 31st, with 2 daily sessions (at 9pm and 10pm), the Ruins of the Church of Carmo are once again transformed into a time machine that takes the public on an immersive journey through more than 600 years of Lisbon’s history.
LISBON UNDER STARS is a 45-minute sensorial experience, with the public at the center of the events and the walls of the ruins transformed into three-dimensional 360º screens, where multimedia projections, virtual dancers, and visual effects are mixed to the sound of great names in Portuguese music.”

PRICE: 10,60€.
(kids under 5 get in for free).

Showtimes:
Monday through Saturday, at 21h and 22h.

Tickets and more info here.

Oct
7
Wed
2020
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€
Oct 7 @ 10:00 – 19:00
to Jan 3 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€ @ Terrreiro das Missas | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

If you’ve been around Lisbon this year, you may have seen those big yellow triangular things with Vincent Van Gogh’s face on them all over town. If you ventured outside during the lockdown, you may even have seen one or two of these being used as unofficial housing for the homeless, which Vincent would have likely liked. Those things are advertisements for Meet Vincent Van Gogh, and the show seems to have survived the ‘rona.
Here’s what the organizers say:
“The world-famous Van Gogh Museum invites you to step into Vincent van Gogh’s world and get closer to the brilliant artist than ever before. From the Netherlands to Paris, let Vincent guide you on a magical and multisensory journey through the most important moments of his extraordinary life. Immerse yourself in the Van Gogh Museum’s official experience, on display for a limited time only in the cultural heart of Lisbon.

*Tickets that were purchased for the dates between March 13 and May 31 are still valid until November 30, without the need to previously exchange them.”

Tickets and more info here.

ENTRY: 9-15€ (with discounted packages available).

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJMCwmjQgG0&feature=emb_logo[/embed]