On June 21st 2018, Lisbon was awarded the title of European Green Capital 2020. The distinction, which is the result of the assessment of a set of international experts on 12 indicators aimed at assessing sustainability in the city, was announced by the European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella.

This is the recognition of the work that Lisbon has been developing over the last decade towards a greener and people-friendly city. It is the first time that a Southern European capital city has won this distinction.



Here you'll find information about events and exhibitions!

Please check the official website to see more about conferences ... and much more!


ONE - The sea like you never felt it

From 11 Jan, 2020 to 11 Jan, 2023
From €13 to €19

Artistic Installation | The new Lisbon Oceanarium exhibition is a sensory experience that transports us to the origin of our relationship with the Sea.

The Sea Is Our Land

From 10 Mar, 2020 to 20 Sep, 2020

This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the point of view of architecture, land management and the construction to the landscape.

The Scribble Group – Drawing in Notebooks and Photography

From 12 Feb, 2020 to 12 Feb, 2021

Professors and professionals from various fields of arts, sciences, and humanities present nature through current recording and communication techniques!


From 29 May, 2020 to 30 May, 2020

Kids|Dance: Orizuru is a journey into the world of birds, here three dancers take children (and with them the adults) to its nests!

Royal Green Embassy of the Carnival of Torres Vedras

15 Feb, 2020

The European Green Capital 2020 will be hosting the Carnival of Torres Vedras! The theme “Towards a Green Planet” shows that the “most Portuguese Carnival of Portugal” is becoming a greener event.

Daniel Bernardes & Drumming GP

23 Jan, 2020
From €15 to €17.5

In this project, Bernardes launches himself into the challenge of writing music in accordance with Messiaen’s techniques and aesthetics and then mixing this with his contemporary jazz.

Countless Hands

From 19 May, 2020 to 06 Jun, 2020

The installation brings together the various contributions of children, families, and professionals taking part in a project of intervention at the level of artistic practices and environmental education.

PaPI – Opus 8

From 13 May, 2020 to 17 May, 2020

Theatre/Kids | PaPI – Opus 8 is the son of Orizuru. He flies through creches and kindergartens because that is where he finds the boys and girls he likes to play with.


From 04 Jun, 2020 to 06 Jun, 2020

Kids|Theatre: Besides being the name of the wind, Loo is also the name of our female protagonist, the personification of this element.

Salty Dolls

From 27 Jan, 2020 to 02 Feb, 2020

An exhibition of sculptures made with trash found on the beaches, which aims to raise awareness on the problem of plastic pollution.

Les Somnambules

From 22 May, 2020 to 23 May, 2020

... a journey to a city in transition. An old neighborhood, due to be demolished, is giving way to a modern dehumanized city.

Flora Fluminense | “Florae Fluminensis

From 14 May, 2020 to 18 Jun, 2020

"Florae Fluminensis", also known as Flora Fluminense, is a work elaborated by the Brazilian naturalist Frei José Mariano da Conceição Veloso (1742-1811).

"before the beginning and after the end”: Júlio Pomar and Hugo Canoilas

From 09 Nov, 2019 to 01 Mar, 2020

We find this exhibition "before the beginning and after the end”… in a cross-section of the works by the two artists!