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Free Events in Lisbon

 Museums in Lisbon: National territory residents can visit the national museums for free on Sundays and holidays until 2 p.m. Additionally, May 18 is International Museums Day, when numerous events take place.

On Saturdays, the Berardo Museum, which houses a stunning collection of Dalis, Warhol, and Picassos, also offers free admission.

Every Sunday after 2 p.m., the Gulbenkian Museum and the Lisbon Museum, which includes sections on the Pimenta Palace, the Roman Theatre, and Santo António, are open to residents of the municipality of Lisbon for free.

Concerts: Throughout the summer, free concerts are held by the City Hall. Keep tuned!

Take, for instance, Lisbon Out Jazz, a free jazz festival that features performances in Lisbon’s parks and streets. If you prefer fado, the Santa Casa Alfama Festival always features free performances in Alfama’s streets. Lisboa Na Rua was released in September already: The end of summer in Lisbon is full of free and tempting proposals, including movie showings, dance performances, and story readings.

Sung Visits, which bring Fado to the squares of the Alfama, Castelo, and Mouraria districts during the summer, are also promoted by the Fado Museum and the Santa Maria Maior Parish Council. To find out the times and locations, keep an eye on the Fado Museum website.

Archeology: We recommend going to Millennium BCP’s headquarters on Rua dos Correeiros, number 9, if you’re interested in archaeology and architecture. There, you can take a free guided tour of the underground bank, where you can see examples of Pombaline architecture from the 18th century as well as ancient Roman villages. Visits are available Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Additionally, you can view a portion of the Dom Dinis Wall, which is housed within an 18th-century church, in the Money Museum from Wednesday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. If none of this intrigues you, the Museum is well-known for hosting free concerts and events where visitors can gain a new perspective on the space.

Magazines: To be aware of Lisbon’s cultural offerings, you do not need to purchase publications like magazines or newspapers. LX Agenda is a free monthly publication that highlights the cultural offerings of the city. For tourists, the Follow Me Lisbon schedule is simpler. Both can be found in various parts of the city, specifically at the Tourism Offices in the Palácio Foz and the Praça do Comércio.

Bars: The vast majority of the bars in Bairro Alto are sans entrance. If you arrive before midnight, most Lisbon bars and clubs offer free or discounted entry.

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