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Museu Banksy in Lisbon

The Banksy Museum, found in the vibrant streets of Lisbon, offers a captivating journey into the enigmatic world of the renowned street artist Banksy. This museum serves as a homage to Banksy's iconic works, showcasing his thought-provoking pieces that challenge societal norms and political ideologies. Originally hailing from the underground street art scene of Bristol, England, Banksy has gained global acclaim for his unique stencil graffiti style and bold social commentary.

Opened recently in Lisbon, the Banksy Museum provides visitors with a rare opportunity to immerse themselves in Banksy's artistic universe. From his satirical murals to his thought-provoking installations, the museum offers a comprehensive overview of Banksy's prolific career. Explore over 100 reproductions of Banksy's artwork through video installations, graffiti, canvases, projections and murals that will bring a new light on many universal issues. Each piece tells a story, shedding light on contemporary issues and sparking conversations about activism, inequality, and the human condition.

With its dynamic exhibitions and interactive displays, the Banksy Museum invites tourists and art enthusiasts alike to explore the mysterious and thought-provoking world of one of the most influential artists of our time. Whether you're a Banksy devotee or a casual observer, a visit to this museum promises an unforgettable experience that will leave you inspired and enlightened.


Banksy Entrance

Banksy Museum Entrance

The Banksy Museum (Museu Banksy) endeavours to bring the artist's message to a wider audience. Art lovers in Lisbon can enjoy Banksy's street art in one place and contemplate his opinions on various political themes such as war, peace, individualism, greed, poverty, capitalism, consumerism, and hypocrisy, often portrayed with a satirical slant. Banksy is without a doubt the world’s most famous and celebrated graffiti artist, yet his identity remains elusive.

The exhibition covers a period of his early career, from the late 90s to the current day. The collection features the British graffiti artist's most well-known pieces like “Girl and Balloon”, “Sweep It Under The Carpet”, "Rage, the Flower Thrower" and "Israeli and Palestinian Pillow Fight" as well as some of the artist’s lesser-known works. Over 100 artworks in this careful selection are all life-sized and thought-provoking. The original works have transformed the streets of London, New York, Gaza, Paris, Berlin, and most recently, Ukraine, the latest addition to the collection. Each room represents a different global location, and the exhibition ends with the famous Walled-Off Hotel in Bethlehem.

Banksy Museum: Skip the line tickets

Banksy Museum

With this entrance ticket you can gain entry to the Quake: The Lisbon earthquake experience at your leisure. Book with confidence with FREE CANCELLATION Buy online before you arrive to avoid queues and have the convenience of the e-ticket on your phone…

Weekdays: 11h00 - 20h00, Weekends: 10h00 - 20h00

Last admission: 1 hour before closing

Instant ticket delivery (on smartphone)

Cancellation policy Cancellation is possible until 23:59 on the day before your visit.

Mad About Lisbon
Weekdays: 11h00 - 20h00, Weekends: 10h00 - 20h00

Adult: €12.00, Concessionary: €8,00, Child under 5: FREE

Getting To The Banksy Museum

207, 727, 736, 744, 738, 783
Picoas (Yellow Line), Park (Blue Line), Saldanha (Yellow & Red Line), São Sebastião (Blue & Red Line)
Linha Cascais trains stop at the Belém Train Station from Cais do Sodré

Contact Details
258 Rua Viriato, 1050-234 Lisbon, Portugal.
38° 43' 54.3" N | 09° 08' 50.6" W |  Website
Banksy Museum Interior

The world of Banksy