The Campo Pequeno Museum is dedicated to the culture and history of Portuguese bullfighting, or Touradas. Portuguese-style bullfights is distinguished by the fact that the main bullfighter fights the bull mounted on a horse (a Cavaleiro). The exhibits have a particular focus on bullfighting history and the story behind the Campo Pequeno bullring. Although bullfighting as a whole has fallen out of favour over the last few decades, its history is intertwined with Portuguese identity and is well worth experiencing an insight.
April to October Daily:
10h00 - 13h00/14h00 – 19h00
November to March Daily:
10h00 - 13h00/14h00 – 18h00
€4.00, Child under 12:
Getting to the Campo Pequeno
Entrecampos train Station on the SIntra line Timetable
Trains of Portugal Website
21, 36, 44, 49, 54, 56, 83, 91, 727, 732, 738 or 745
Campo Pequeno station on the Yellow Line
Campo Pequeno, 1000-082 Lisboa, Portugal.
38° 44' 33.2"N | 09° 08' 43.6"W |
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