- What is Museu do Fado?
- How far is the fado Museum from the metro station?
- How far in advance should I book Museu do Fado?
- What to do in Portugal for Fado?
- What is the fado Museum in Lisbon?
- How do I get to the fado Museum?
- How can you discover the history of fado?
- What is fado and why does it matter?
- How much does it cost to visit the fado Museum?
- Where to visit the fado Museum in São Paulo?
- How far is the entrance to the museum from the Metro?
- How long does it take to walk to the museum?
What is Museu do Fado?
Entirely devoted to Lisbons urban song universe, Museu do Fado opened its doors to the public on the 25 September 1998, celebrating Fado’s exceptional value as an identifying symbol of the City of Lisbon, its deep roots in the tradition and cultural history of the country, its role in the cultural identity statement and its importance as an ins...
How far is the fado Museum from the metro station?
The Fado Museum is less than a 10-minute walk from the Santa Apolónia metro station (the last stop of the blue line). You may ride the metro (and the city’s buses, trams, funiculars and trains) for free with the Lisboa Card .
How far in advance should I book Museu do Fado?
We recommend booking Museu do Fado tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. See all 23 Museu do Fado tours on Tripadvisor
What to do in Portugal for Fado?
Totally devoted to fado and the guitar, it has a permanent exhibition and temporary ones, alongside a document centre and an auditorium with regular events and a very interesting programme. With songs by the greatest Portuguese artists illustrating an art form that Portugal gave to the world, the museum’s artistic quality will surprise you.
What is the fado Museum in Lisbon?
Museums, Monuments and Sites Museu do Fado The Fado Museum provides a tribute to the special form of singing and music that came into being in the popular neighbourhoods of Lisbon in the 18th century and to the men and women who have dedicated their voices and feelings to its development.
How do I get to the fado Museum?
The Fado Museum is located in the heart of Lisbon in Alfama, one of the most Lisbons most charming and traditional neighbourhoods. All buses and tram schedules to the museum can be found here. You can also take the Metro to the Museum. The closest stop is Santa Apolónia Station or Terreiro do Paço, which are both a 5 minute walk from the Museum.
How can you discover the history of fado?
Come and discover the history of Fado through a succession of different atmospheres recreated by audiovisual means and through a rich collection of records, photographs, films, props, instruments and different objects. The museum has a documentation centre, auditorium, shop and café.
What is fado and why does it matter?
Evoking urban emergence themes, singing the daily narratives, Fado is profoundly related to social contexts ruled by marginality and transgression in a first phase, taking place in locations visited by prostitutes, faias, sailors, coachmen and marialvas.
Problem with this question? The main entrance to the museum is about 2-3 minutes walking distance from Federal Center SW Metro Station (Blue, Orange and Silver lines can be used to get to this metro station).
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