Tuesday to Sunday – 10 am to 6 pm
(last admissions 5.30 pm)
Free admittance for residents in Lisbon on holidays mornings and Sunday mornings (10:00 a.m. – 2:00 pm)
The Museum is closed on Mondays, 1 January, 1 May, 24, 25 December and 31 December (afternoon)
Access and location
Museu da Marioneta
Convento das Bernardas, 146 Lisboa
GPS: Latitude = 38.707917, Longitude = -9.156117
|Buses||706 – 713 – 714 – 727|
There is public parking, 400 meters from the museum, at Largo Vitorino Damásio.Parking
|address||Museu da Marioneta|
Convento das Bernardas
Rua da Esperança, n° 146
|telephone||+351 213 942 810|
+351 916 294 128
+351 916 294 135
|ticket office||+351 213942 815|
|5 €||Admission fee|
|2,5 €||13-25 y.o.|
|4,3 €||>65 y.o.|
Visitors with Disabilities + free admission for assistants
|Free||On holidays mornings and Sunday mornings for resident in Lisbon|
Children under 13 y.o.
13-25 y.o resident in Lisbon
> 65 y.o. resident in Lisbon
Teachers with pupils
Media workers and guides-interpreters on duty
Members of ICOM and APOM
Friends, donors, supporters and sponsors
|7,5 €||Full ticket|
|5 €||Children, performing artists, students under 25,|
pensioners over 65
|3 €||Schools on weekdays|
* Show prices may vary. Please check program.
Educational Department Activities
For educational department activities visit Educational Service page.
The Museu provides easier accessibility for the disabled – elevator platform, ramps, and lift.
The entrance is done by a different door on the side of the building. Since a Museum worker has to be present, please advise us – by phone or other – on your ETA.
Once the show begins it is not allowed to enter the room, and tickets will not be exchanged or refunded.
It is not allowed to take photographs or to film without previous authorisation.
It is not allowed to use mobile phones or other sound devices in the hall.
Keep your ticket until the end of the show.
According to our terms of admission, visitors will only be allowed in the exhibition rooms after purchasing a valid and personal ticket at the ticket office.
For security reasons the Museum may restrict some admissions.
For reasons of security or preservation of cultural assets or premises the Museum may determine some items to be deposited at the reception desk – video equipment, bulky or other valuable items.
In the Museum it is strictly forbidden:
- Smoking – except in designated areas (cloister);
- Animals – except in case of guide dogs for the blind; food and beverages;
- It is not allowed to touch the works on display, to film, take photographs or record sounds, except when previously authorised in response to a written request.
The Museum has a suggestion/complaint book.