Monastery of Jerónimos

A masterpiece of 16th-century architecture in Portugal, the Monastery of Jerónimos is listed as a National Monument and is inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. It is located in one of Lisbon’s most noble areas, a both historical and monumental setting overlooking the river Tagus. It stands next to the also iconic Tower of Belém and Belém Cultural Centre.

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Claustro
Portal
Fachada - Vista geral
Porta principal ou axial
Grupo escultórico - Portal sul

Being symbolically linked to one of the most important moments of national recollection, the monastery, founded by King D. Manuel, still preserves most of the magnificent structures that contributed to its international recognition, including its 16th-century Cloister, the friars’ Refectory and the Library.

Site of Monatery of Jerónimos

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Guided visits

By advance booking only, and under previously agreed conditions.

Regular circuit
50 tickets: 500 €
51 to 100 tickets: 750 €
More than 100 tickets: 1000 €

- Thematic routes

A tactile route map is available for blind people.

Held on Mondays under previously agreed conditions.

Guided visits organised by the Monastery

Standard tour.

Advance booking only, and under previously agreed conditions.

Private visits

Visits may be held after the monument closes, by advance booking and under previously agreed conditions.

Visits to the church should be arranged with the church services.


Educational Services

Guided visits for Schools, by advance booking only.