Visit

Open every day from the 28th of February. Belém, Terreiro das Missas

Opening hours

  • Monday to Thursday: 10:00-19:00
  • Fridays and Saturdays: 10:00-20:00
  • Sundays: 10:00-19:00
  • Recommended visit time: 90 minutes

Admission & Tickets

You can buy your tickets online here, at Fnac Worten, El Corte Inglés, and any other retail outlets. Audio guides for children and adults are included in the ticket price.

Monday to Friday
Saturday and Sunday
Adults13,00€15,00€
Students9,00€11,00€
Children (4 to 17 years old)9,00€11,00€
Senior (65+ years old)9,00€11,00€
Reduced mobility & blind9,00€11,00€
Family of 4 (min. 1 adult and 3 children)
27,00€33,00€
Groups of 10+ people (price per person)
9,00€10,00€

Note: Transaction fees are not included in the price shown. Entry is free for children under four accompanied by an adult.

* For children between 4 and 17, students, seniors and people with disabilities proof of eligibility is required.

** The group discount requires a minimum of 10 people. Group bookings must be made at least 48 hours in advance by contacting meetvincent@uau.pt or +351 924 031 844.

Visiting times

Check the time stamp mentioned on your ticket to find out at what time you can enter the Experience.

Monday to Thursday
Entry between
10:0010:00 and 12:59
13:0013:00 and 14:59
15:0015:00 and 17:29
17:30
After 17:30
FridayEntry between
10:0010:00 and 12:59
13:0013:00 and 14:59
15:0015:00 and 17:59
18:0018:00 and 18:30

On Saturday and Sunday you can only enter within 59 minutes after the time shown on the ticket.

Getting there

Meet Vincent van Gogh will be in Belém at Terrreiro das Missas from February 28, 2020. Here's how to get there:

Public transport subway1

Comboio

Estação de Belém

(aprox. 7 minutos a pé)

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Autocarro

727 (Rato-Restelo)

728 (Cais Sodré-Restelo)

729 (Algés-Belém)

(aprox. 7 minutos a pé)

Accessibility / General information

Audio guide

All tickets to Meet Vincent van Gogh include a free audio guide, available in both children (8-12 years) and adult (13+) versions. Audio guides are available in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese.

Accessibility

Meet Vincent van Gogh in Lisbon is accessible for people in wheelchairs. While we welcome all people, it is important to know that the audio guide is an essential part of the Experience; people with hearing impairments may find it more difficult to become immersed in the story.