Jeronimos Monastery

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Basic info

Type of attraction

Monastery, Landmark

Portuguese name

Mosteiro dos Jerónimos


Praça do Império


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How to visit


18-64: 12€ | Concessions: 6€

Free access
  • Lisboa Card Holders
  • Children under 13
  • Sundays (only for Portugal residents)
  • Unemployed EU citizens
Opening times

9.30am–6pm | Tuesday – Sunday

Last admission at 5.30 pm

Closing days

January 1st, Easter Sunday, May 1st & December 25th


Praça do Império

Public transports

727, 28, 729, 714, 751
Stop: Belém Station

15 | Belém Station

Cascais Line | Belém Station

Stop: Belém Station

Tickets availability

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South Portal
The figures include Henry the Navigator

Fernando Pessoa (poet) is buried here

Pay attention to the panel on the left wall

Main Chapel
Hosts the tombs of King Dom Manuel I and his wife (Dona Maria) to the left and King Dom João III and his wife (Dona Catarina) to the right

Lower Choir
Hosts the tombs of Vasco da Gama (navigator) and Luís de Camões (poet)

the surroundings

  • Archaeology Museum (102 m)
  • Monument to the Discoveries (449 m)
  • National Coach Museum (547 m)
  • Quake – Lisbon Earthquake Museum (800m)
  • Belém Tower in Lisbon (1.1 km)

Pastéis de Belém

Rua de Belém nº 84 a 92
Phone: +351 213637423

Lisbon iconic custard tart
Long queues but mooving fast
On-site cafe & take-away custard tart

Le Chat

Jardim 9 de Abril
Phone: +351 213963668

12h30 – 1h00 (Mon – Thu)
12h30 – 2h00 (Fri – Sat)
12h30 – 1h00 (Sun)

Restaurant with a nice terrace
It has an extensive cocktail list

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Frequently Asked Questions

about the Jerónimos Monastery

The Jerónimos Monastery, situated in Lisbon, Portugal, is a monastery constructed in the 16th century. Regarded as one of the most significant instances of Portuguese Late Gothic Manueline architecture, it is a noteworthy landmark of the city.

The opening hours of the Jerónimos Monastery are from 9.30 am to 6 pm, with the last admission at 5:30 pm.  The monastery is closed on Mondays.

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The entrance fee for the Jerónimos Monastery is €12 for adults.

Find all the information on our Snapshot section under “Prices & Opening Times”

Tickets are non-refundable.

The Jerónimos Monastery is located in the Belém district of Lisbon. Visitors can take the tram (number 15) or bus (numbers 714, 727, 728, 729, 751) to the Belém stop, which is located a short walk away from the monastery.

There is also a train station (Belém station) located nearby, which is served by the Cascais line.

Yes, there is a parking lot located next to the Jerónimos Monastery. However, please note that parking may be limited.