A table and a world of flavors over 2000 years old
With the table set for Christmas in Roman times, we propose a different visit to the Museum of Lisbon – Teatro Romano, which will have the presence of "real" Romans. Let's talk about spices, porridge, cabbage and wine. If they insist a lot, they will even talk about fish and an "umami" taste. With the oldest theater […]
10th edition – Open House Lisbon – Os Caminhos da Água
In the 10th edition, Open House sails to the south bank of the Tagus and extends the territory to Almada, with a script of spaces and routes that follow the water lines of the two urban areas and a program of visits that emphasizes the role of the river . Just as Camões asks for inspiration from the nymphs of […]
Mariana, Malala, Antigone and Thunberg. i have voice
Workshop for families. Starting from the timeless work Antigona, we challenge civic participation in a dialogue and reflection on belief, myth, values and freedom. What cause do they give voice to? To the eradication of poverty? To ethical problems in the interruption of human life? Gender equality? To the sustainability of the planet?
The People are on the street! The sites of revolutions
The People are on the street! The sites of revolutions How revolutions are made Rebellion and conspiracy! It takes a lot of ingredients to make a revolution! Throughout its history, Lisbon was the scene of multiple coups, insurrections, riots, rebellions and revolts that forever changed the country's destiny. On this route, through squares and […]
Movie theaters and other meeting places on Avenida Almirante Reis: an emotional memory of resistance to the Estado Novo
Places that were the epicenter of a Lisbon bohemian that was built around popular cinemas and cafes and breweries. Cinema was living a golden age, with great popular demand, which increased exponentially with the arrival of sound cinema, in 1926. We begin by recalling Cinema Lys, which was born from the desire of a […]
Open House Lisboa
Based on the online Atlas Open House Lisboa – which brings together the 284 spaces that have been part of the different itineraries since 2012 – eight personalities were invited to design and report pedestrian walks narrated in the first person, which will give rise to eight audio guides that the visitor can follow independently and anytime. This one […]
A journey through the Empire From Belém to Felicitas Iulias Olisipo
Welcome to the Roman Empire. We are in year Zero. Join us on this journey from Bethlehem (where Jesus was born) to Felicitas Iulia Olisipo (Lisbon), the most distant city in the Empire!
Lisbon Plural. Coexistence(s).
Guided visit to the exhibition at the Pavilhão Preto, which reveals the role of religious minorities and foreign residents in the construction of Lisbon's image, between the Middle Ages and the First Republic.
Open House Lisboa 2019
During a weekend, see how you've never seen around 50 spaces and various routes in the city. This year, the proposal is to discover a Lisbon without a centre, which goes through several eras, through spaces as diverse as the Palácio Nacional da Ajuda, the Escola Superior de Música or the LU.CA Theatre. They are visits […]
Strolling in Lisbon by Bordalo
In every street in Lisbon there are countless trails to explore: urban landscape and layers of stories that show us who we are. Bordalo, Lisbon gem, . shows us the evolution of the city at the end of the 19th century, but also as a metaphor for political and social life. On this visit, the sidewalk is painted with the singular mood with which […]
Today I feel… Zé Povinho
It was on June 12, 1875 that Bordalo drew the figure of Zé Povinho for the first time. On the day that Zé Povinho celebrates 144 years of existence, this visit gives us an insight into the complexity of the iconic character created by Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro in the midst of Popular Festivals.
Lisbon before and after the earthquake
The 1755 earthquake: its consequences. Rebuilding the city and its stakeholders.
Tour remember Bethlehem
This tour aims to draw attention to the history of Belém, as a place evocative of the Maritime Discoveries and marked in 1940 by the Exhibition of the Portuguese World, showing how the built and natural heritage intersect and reinforce its cultural and heritage identity linked to the Tagus and the sea.
Peddy Paper “On the paths of April's memory”
Peddy-paper for children and young people. A route to follow in the footsteps of those who opened the doors of Abril: from Ribeira das Naus to Largo do Carmo, from Misericórdia to Rua António Maria Cardoso. For students from Tondela Secondary School and Bom Sucesso School Group – Alverca do Ribatejo With Francisco Ruivo […]
Guided Visit to the Aljube Museum
Guided visit to the exhibitions at the Museu do Aljube Liberdade and Resistance with director Luís Farinha
In April a thousand conversations: Two museums, a common courtyard
In the late afternoon, discover the two museums that share the Pátio do Aljube among themselves: the Museu de Lisboa – Teatro Romano and the Museu do Aljube Resistencia e Liberdade. The Pátio do Aljube, one of the oldest in the city and already present before the earthquake, remains until today. Today […]
24th of July, a Liberal Avenue…
Besides the avenue that knows most about the 24th of July? And what year are we talking about? And who was at the forefront of this liberal entrance into the city? We plan a visit that shows, through our collection, the turbulent years of the liberal revolution.
Lisbon tour by Bordalo
In every street in Lisbon there are countless trails to explore: urban landscape and layers of stories that show us who we are. Bordalo was a very good Lisboner and it was here that he lived and worked. In his work, we witness the evolution of the city at the end of the 19th century, but we also see it as a metaphor for life […]
Travels in the Empire
Welcome to the Roman Empire. We are in year Zero. Join us, on this workshop visit, on a journey from Bethlehem (where Jesus was born) to Felicitas Iulia Olisipo (Lisbon), the most distant city in the Empire!