The São Roque Museum is located in the buildings of the former Professed House of the Company of Jesus, in Lisbon, adjacent to São Roque Church.
It originally opened to the public in 1905 under the name of Museum of the Treasure of the Chapel of Saint John the Baptist, in tribute to an important collection of 18th-century Italian art that served as the inspiration for foundation of the museum. Various interventions took place over the course of the 20th century.
The exhibition itinerary has been renovated and is now organised across five nuclei that exhibit collections of great significance within the field of Portuguese, European and Portuguese-Oriental art, spanning over 500 years of art and history.
Largo Trindade Coelho, Lisboa.
General: 2,50 €
Lisbon Card / ACP: 1,00€
Youth Card: 1,00 €
Tickets numerous family (family with 3 or more children): 5,00€
Annual ticket: 25,00€
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10h00 to 18h00.
Thursday from 14h00 to 21h00.
Closed on Mondays.
Guided tours in English, Portuguese and Spanish. No reservation is necessary.
Spanish: Thursday: 11h30; Saturday: 11h30 and 15h00.
English: Thursday: 15h00; Friday: 11h30 and 16h30; Saturday: 10h00; Sunday: 15h00.
Portuguese: Thursday: 10am; Saturday: 16h30; Sunday: 10h00 and 11h30.
(+351) 213 235 065.
Tram: E-28 Largo Camões.
Metro: Baixa Chiado.
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