Museu Nacional de Conímbriga

Museums | Archeology

The Museu Nacional de Conímbriga mission is to protect the Ruins, promote their exposure to the public and continue with the archaeological research.

The collection is exclusively composed of the archaeological materials collected in the City. The current permanent exhibition presents the objects of daily use, evokes the monumental Forum, the wealth of the domus, the strength of its commerce, the religion and beliefs of the Romanized population and the suevo-visigothic presence. Noteworthy are the mosaics preserved in situ and the Casa dos Repuxos, which has a mosaic paved area, important traces of mural painting and a central gardened peristyle with a lake and water games.

The ruins of the Roman city of Conimbriga have been known since the 16th century. The State acquired the first terrains, and in the 40s and the 50s of the 20th century works of reconstruction and consolidation of the ruins are carried out, with the inauguration, in 1962, of the Museu Monográfico de Conimbriga.

How to get

Plus Code: 3GX6+F3 Condeixa-a-Velha

Rua Professor Vergílio Correia, 3150-220 Condeixa-a-Velha

Road access: A1 (Condeixa exit with Conímbriga signs)
IC8 (signaled access)
Bus: from Coimbra - Conímbriga is served by buses via IC 6 (Condeixa-Tomar)

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March and October:

10:00 am - 07:00 pm (last entry at 06:30 pm)

November and February: 

10:00 am - 06:00 pm (last entry at 05:30 pm)

Closed: January 1st, Easter Sunday, May 1st, July 24th, December 24th and 25th


General ticket: €8

Online ticket

Free admission on Sundays and holidays until for all citizens residing in national territory.


Phone: (+351) 239 941 177
Website: monografico-de-conimbriga

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