Tickets

Discover the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum – Founder’s Collection, one of the most important private collections in the world, amassed in life by Calouste Gulbenkian and presented in a building created to receive it, in the heart of one of the most emblematic gardens in Portugal.

Expand your experience by visiting the temporary exhibitions held throughout the year, showcasing contemporary artists and unveiling new relationships between the Museum’s Collections.

The Modern Collection is closed for renovation works on the building and on the south part of the garden. The reopening is scheduled for 2022.

The Lalique Room will be under renovation until 4 March 2021. From 30 October — 1 February 2021, you can visit the René Lalique and the Age of Glass. Art and Industryexhibition at the Lower Gallery.

 

 

Museum 10€

Founder’s Collection
Modern Collection (closed)

 

TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS

Infinite Sculpture. From the Antique Cast to the 3D Scan  Free
Main Building – Main Gallery

René Lalique and the Age of Glass. Art and Industry  Free
Founder’s Collection – Lower Gallery


Discounts

50% – Visitors under 30 and over 65
20% – Lisbon Card, Circuitos Ciência Viva
10% – Lisbon Sightseeing, City Sightseeing

 

Free admission

Sundays after 14:00
Minors up to 12
ICOM, AICA and APOM members
Gulbenkian Artist Card and Press Card
Carers for people with disabilities or limited mobility


How to purchase your tickets

You can purchase your tickets to the Museum’s Collections and exhibitions at the ticket office in the Founder’s Collection or online in advance.

 

Online

Plan your visit in advance by purchasing your Founder’s Collection tickets online.

The Online Ticket Office is temporarily unavailable.

 

Ticket office

In addition to being able to buy tickets online, there is a ticket office in the Founder’s Collection, where you can purchase your tickets from 10:00 to 17:30 (last entry to the Museum).

The ticket office is closed on Tuesdays and on the following days — 1 January, Easter Sunday, 1 May, 24 and 25 December.