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We went today especially to visit the house while staying three days in Lisboa.
We arrived at 2 pm. We waited one minute to be welcomed while the girl was having a coffee with her friend.
She said that there was no possibility to visit...More
My boyfriend is a fan of Amalia Rodrigues... I am a fan of fado. So when he said he wanted to visit the house of Amalia Rodrigues I was happy to oblige. Boy was I not disappointed. First of all we took the tour with...More
In the baking heat and on a whim we decided to pop into the museum and were greeted by a lovely tour guide. It’s an interesting and insightful tour in a place that is genuinely interesting and well thought out. We also loved the cafe,...More
Amalia Rodrigues is well known outside of Portugal, but somehow we do not know much about her. Of course, such museums tend to add to the cult of a person, but my guide answered my questions very professionally and I feel I have a much...More
It is a very Special place with lively, original atmosphere of a Fado Singer .
I would recommand people who are interested in Fado singer's life to visit !
It has Amalia personal belongings in well keeping conditional - including stage dressing, causal dressing ,...More
One of the best places to visit in Lisbon for people who listened to Amalia fado. This museum is actually her house where she lived until she died in 1999. It was such a moving visit everything looked left in place. The lady who received...More
It was very interesting to visit this old house where Amalia Rodriguez used to live. It shows most of the house, many of her jewelry and personal things. The kitchen was very interesting with her still alive parrot. At the entrance we hesitated about entering...More
If you are a fan of the music genre of "Fado", you should find the Museu Amalia Rodrigues fascinating.
Located in the house that was her home in Sao Bento district of Lisboa.
Many fascinating items recording her life.
Visits are supervised and the two...More
Amalia is the queen of fado in Portugal. To know her music and her story is to understand the genre. This place was fantastic and the tour was wonderful and in English. It's her private home with her belongings and photos and garden. Lovely and...More