BMAD - Museum Art Deco is located in the heart of the city of Lisbon, in the former summer residence of the Marquis of Abrantes, in Alcântara, which had as its first permanent residence in the Palace of Santos, currently the French Embassy in Lisbon.
Wine and Art Concept
In an effort to preserve the building, environments were created in a period setting, giving the visitor the possibility to admire the styles in a city residential context. Contemporary musealization has brought to light the works and their illustrious creators, expertly represented in the Collection, such as Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann, Alfred Porteneuve, Jean-Michel Frank, Jacques Adnet, René Lalique and Jules Leleu. The Portuguese presence is felt by the renowned sculptor Ernesto Canto da Maya and by the plastic artist Eloy de Jesus Pereira, together with Ruhlmann's original drawings for the Casa de Serralves and part of the collection of silverware drawings from the Former Ourivesaria Reis e Filhos, in a tribute to Porto. This new cultural center also features a reception and shop space connecting to a secret garden with terrace, idealized in the Deco grammar.
Shop: 10am to 7:00pm
Guided Tours: 10:00am | 11:00am | 11:30pm | 2:30pm | 3:30pm | 4:30pm | 5:00pm
NOTE: Open every day
(Closed on 1st January and 25th December)
The visit to BMAD is a guided tour, with an average duration of 1h00;
A wine tasting is included;
For visitors without prior appointment, guided tours will be carried out according to availability.
- Bmad - 5€
Free for children up to 12 years old (inclusive)
Minimum number of participants: 2 pax
Rua 1º de Maio, nº 28