Guided Tours

CCB: INSIDE AND OUTSIDE 

Guided Tours
Guided Tours
Guided Tours
Guided Tours
Guided Tours
Guided Tours
Guided Tours

Carlo Scarpa – Brion’s Tomb © Diogo Nunes

Guided Tours
Guided Tours



The programme of guided tours is designed to offer participants various interpretations of the architectural space, enhancing their cultural appreciation of the centre as a whole and establishing a range of different paths around the complex, whose particular historical, urbanistic, architectural, landscape and conceptual features will make it easier to understand.

> Guided Tour - Exhibition Lanscape as architecture
Landscape as Architecture is an exhibition based on the collaborations between the architects Paulo David (b. Funchal, 1959) and João Gomes da Silva (b. Lisbon, 1962) and seeks to explore the different ways in which the landscape is developed as a place that is constructed by architecture. Based on this exhibition visitors will be invited to discover this landscapes. These visits will encourage discussion and the sharing of ideas and perceptions

 

Tour devised and led by: Filipe Araújo and Ana Filipa Custódio

Tuesday to Friday | 10.30 – 17.30
Price €2 per participant
Guided visits are free for schools
Prior booking required since may 5th
Maximum of 25 participants
Bookings: Tel: (+351) 213 612 614/5
e-mail: garagemsul@ccb.pt / garagemsul.servicoeducativo@ccb.pt



> CCB – A General Reading of the Building

The CCB Building, designed by the architects Vitorio Gregotti and Manuel Salgado, is a unique meeting point in the city of Lisbon. By bringing together exhibitions, concerts, shows, meetings, shops and services, it has itself become a micro-city. This tour looks at the dynamics of the centre’s spaces and their different functions, explaining the building to participants through the history of its location, the surrounding landscape and the intentions of the team of architects who designed it.
Tour devised and led by:
Fabrícia Valente | Maribel Sobreira

> CCB – A City by the Riverside
This tour takes a look at the multiple relations that the CCB has established with its surrounding area. Can we speak of a historical and architectural triangle in Belém? What formal and aesthetic relations can we establish between the Centro Cultural de Belém, the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and the different references to the exhibition of Salazar’s New State?
Tour devised and led by:
Fabrícia Valente | Maribel Sobreira

Opening hours
10:30 to 18:00
Prices for organised groups and guided tours in English:
5 per participant
Minimum 10 / Maximum 25
Organised school groups, people under 12 and over 65, and holders of the CCB Friend’s Card:
€2.50 per participant.
Minimum of 14 participants during the week | Minimum of 16 participants on Saturdays | Tours in English:  maximum of 25 participants
Bookings: Tel (+351) 213 612 650 / visitasguiadas@ccb.pt
School groups must be accompanied by one adult for every 10 children, who will be responsible for the group during the visit.

Guided tours last for roughly an hour and a half.

Tickets 
Tickets can be purchased at the reception of the CCB Conference Centre up to 10 minutes before the tour.
The CCB reserves the right to close some of the spaces of the Auditoria to guided tours, for technical or artistic reasons, or whenever other circumstances so require.
The CCB reserves the right to charge the full price for a guided tour if this is not cancelled at least 24 hours in advance.
The CCB reserves the right to cancel a tour if this does not have a minimum of 10 participants enrolled in it (prior notice will be given up to 48 hours in advance).

> Pre-Concert Tour €2 (maximum of 25 participants)
A guided tour of the backstage area of the Main Auditorium of the CCB Concert Centre.
Spectators are invited to go behind the scenes an hour before the start of the concert, where they will have the chance to discover and understand the structure that, despite being hidden from the audience, makes the whole concert possible: people, equipment, performers. By revealing to the audience quite unusual and unique areas and stories, which otherwise would be inaccessible to them, we hope to be able to simultaneously disseminate and enhance the interest of the programme provided by the CCB.