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18 August 2018
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Hours & Admissions

Entrada do Museu

Contacts

Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum)

Rua da Madre de Deus, 4, 1900-312 Lisboa

Phone: (+351) 218 100 340

E-mail: geral@mnazulejo.dgpc.pt

Opening Hours:

Tuesday to Sunday from 10h00 to 18h00.

Restaurant and cafetaria:

Closed on mondays

Tuesday to Sunday from 10h00 to 18h00

Shop:


Closed on Monday

Tuesday to Sunday from 10h00 to 17h45

Library:


Monday to Friday from 10h00 to 12h30 and from 14h00 to 17h00

Closed:

Mondays, Easter Sunday and the holidays: New Year’s Day, May 1st , 13th June and Christmas Day.

Fee:

Normal ticket: 5 €

Circuit tickets:

"Frente Ribeirinha" - National Tile Museum+National Ancient Art Museum+National Pantheon : 15€

"Lisboa - 8 Museums" - National Tile Museum+Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves'House Museum+Music Museum+ Chiado Museum+National Ancient Art Museum+National Costume Museum+National Theatre Museum+National Pantheon : 25€

"Azulejo e Panteão" - National Tile Museum+National Pantheon : 7€

Discounts:

Visitors with 65 years or more *- 50%

Students card - 50%

Youth card - 50%.

Family ticket - (more than 4 persons with 1st degree ascendency)* - 50%

Protocoles with other entities - 20%

More than 250 tickets acquired in a minimum 48h – 7,5%

More than 500 tickets acquired in a minimum 48h– 10%

More than 1000 tickets acquired in a minimum 48h– 15%

Admission free:

On Sundays and holidays, until 14p.m. for all citizens residing in Portugal.

Visitors up to 12 years;

Unemployed visitors from the Europian Union*

Disabled visitors* (60% incapacity) with an escort

Members of APOM / ICOM/ ICOMOS*

Researchers, curators, restorers, museology and heritage professionals *

Journalists that previously informed the museum* *

Touristic professionals by prentation of their RNAAT card**

Teachers and students of all grades, including senior universities, when integrated in a study visit which must be previously arranged and confirmed by the museum

* Documental proof required
** When in service

General requirements:

Groups over 50 persons must schedule the visit

All discounts applied to individual tickets are apliable to circuit tickets with the exception of quantity discounts

Vouchers have the duration of one year when tickets are previously acquired.

Transports:

Bus: In front of the Museum: 718, 742, 794, 759 (only nights)
Avenida Infante D.Henrique (a 5 m. walk to the museum ): 728, 759

Train: Santa Apolonia Station 20 m. walk), connection by bus.

Metro: Santa Apolonia Station 820 m. walk), connection by bus.

Location:


See map…

Available services:

Ask at the reception

To help your visit:

Free audioguides in english and portuguese

Free audioguide for your mobile device (Android)

Free videoguides in portuguese gestual language and a system of international signs.

17 high relief replica underlined in Braille

Experiences at the Museum:

Try to paint your own tile

Peddy paper for families with children

Lunch at Museum Restaurant / Winter Garden

Other services:

Birthday parties

Guided tours for groups

Rental of spaces for events: Cloister and Winter Garden

Accessible information

Aplication to the "guided tour" to the museum (audio description in english ). Download: at the museum, at the site and at Google Play Store.

Audioguides associated to 17 high relief replica for persons with visual disability.

Free equipments

Museum with ramps and lift. Wheel chais available.

Two parking places outside the museum for disabled persons with an easy access. Restaurant, garden, shop and WC.

The project of accessabilities of the National Tile Museum was due to the sponsorship obtained: Associação Salvador ( accessible space) and Millenium BCP ( audioguides and videoguides) and Realizasom ( mobile aplication)





 

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