booking required

From under the ground to the lab: Lisbon in the 16th century

Free admission

Have you ever considered that former landfill sites, found underground, could provide a unique opportunity to study the people and cities of the past?

Is the rubbish from the past the archaeological remains of today? What can old rubbish dumps tell us about the city of Lisbon?

Have you ever considered that former landfill sites, found underground, could provide a unique opportunity to study the people and cities of the past?

What others threw away in the past are today’s archaeological remains that we can and should investigate! Crockery, toys or game pieces will teach us more about Lisbon in the 16th century. A city facing the river Tagus, with booming trade, a hub for people and objects from all over the world!

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Families
From under the ground to the lab: Lisbon in the 16th century

Saturdays, 12 March and 30 April at 2:30 p.m. (90 minutes)

Sunday, 13 March at 10:30 a.m. (90 minutes)

Children over 6 + adult
Booking required
Only in Portuguese

For more information contact us at info@museudodinheiro.pt or +351 213 213 240

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