Ah Amália

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In Marvila

The first immersive biographical story dedicated to a Portuguese figure.
Amália is more than the Queen of Fado – she is its Soul.
Close to everyone and for everyone.
Forever dwelling within each of us.

Meet Fado’s
Soul

Ah Amália!
Ah Fadista!

AH, THE WONDER!
Ah, the Enchantment!

Amália is inspiration. She’s poetry in motion.
A mysterious way of living.
“Fado is not meant to be sung – it just happens.” She used to say.
And Amália isn’t told. She is inspiration and expiration, thus meant to be lived.

Both revolutionary and enchanting, eternal and ethereal, Amália is the epitome of Fado and em-bodies a feeling that captivates the entire world. She goes beyond the material realm, living within our collective memory, in the history of a culture and the representation of its people.

Step into the life of an inspiring woman and discover all her depth, in a completely new and inter-active way – a feast to your senses.

The Experience

IT’S A LIVING EXPERIENCE.
AHHH… IT’S A CELEBRATION
AH! AH! IT’S AN IMMERSION.
IT’S A LIVING EXPERIENCE.

To truly understand Amália, mere explanation falls short.

Come see and relive Amália, in a unique and immersive exhibition.

Come and meet her in a way you’ve never seen, heard or felt before – in a sensitive, dynamic, and unforgettable experience.

Embark on a unique journey through the artist’s tangible and intangible legacy. Explore period set designs, dynamic and interactive content, merging the physical with the digital and cutting-edge technology.

A thrilling tour hand in hand with one of the most inspiring women of all time.

An experience that will linger in our minds forever, transcending the boundaries of time and space.
Where each viewer becomes an active participant in this exchange.

SEEING AMÁLIA SING ON STAGE AGAIN
In a full-scale hologram that replicates the Olympia stage setting.

AMÁLIA RIGHT IN FRONT OF US
Combining a scenic installation with virtual reality, vibrate with the physical and the digital in a unique sensorial experience.

Enter the diva’s life
In a 360º environment, with multimedia and videomapping, feel part of this “Strange way of life”.

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Reviews

Que legal essa exposição. Amei!

Maria Botelho, BR

Fantástico percurso pela vida e obra de uma mulher tão encantadora. Já fazia falta algo diferente para reviver a nossa Amália.

José Cardoso, Santarém

A exposição está muito bem conseguida. Gostei muito do espaço e da localização. Bastante cuidado na disposição dos diferentes temas relacionados com a fadista. Aconselho vivamente uma visita para quem não conhece e para quem conhece, para revisitar a vida e obra da fadista de uma forma diferente.

Sandra Carvalho, Lisboa

An interesting exhibition about Amália and Fado. Well done!

Richard Smith, UK

Nos encantó vivir esta experiencia y conocer más un poco del fado y de la fadista. Qué bonita exposición.

Maria Mera, ES

What a wonderful experience. When we entered the exhibition, we couldn’t imagine that it would be like this. Congratulations!

Emily Jones, EUA

What a wonderful experience. When we entered the exhibition, we couldn’t imagine that it would be like this. Congratulations!

Emily Jones, EUA

Contactos

COMO CHEGAR


A exposição Ah, Amália fica apenas a 7 minutos a pé da Estação Ferroviária de Braço de Prata.


O acesso de autocarro (paragem Poço Bispo) pode ser feito com as seguintes carreiras:

718 (ISEL – Roma Areeiro)
728 (Portela – Restelo)
755 (Poço Bispo – Sete Rios)
781 (Prior Velho – Cais do Sodré)


Caso opte por nos visitar de carro, existe estacionamento em via pública ao redor das instalações sem parquímetro pago.

ONDE
8 Marvila | Abel Pereira da Fonseca
Praça David Leandro da Silva,
Armazém 15 e 16,
1950-064, Lisboa

HORÁRIOS
De segunda a Domingo, das 11h às 19h.

CONTACTOS
geral@ah-amalia.pt

FAQ’s

What is the Ah, Amália exhibition?

Ah, Amália é uma exposição biográfica imersiva sobre a vida de Amália Rodrigues, a maior personalidade portuguesa do séc. XX e com maior projeção mundial.

Uma homenagem a Amália de uma forma diferente, surpreendente e inovadora, que transporte a Amália para o tempo presente e que lhe atribua uma imagem contemporânea.

Ao visitar esta exposição vamos entrar na vida de uma das mulheres mais inspiradoras da nossa cultura e navegar por toda a sua profundidade, de maneira imersiva, interativa e absolutamente sensorial

What is a Living Experience?

Ah, Amália, Living Experience invites us to enter the life of the artist who continues to captivate the world, navigating through all its depth in an innovative, interactive and sensory way. More than an exhibition, it’s a living experience, because Amália is not just a cultural icon, but an emotional inspiration. And to truly know her, mere explanation isn’t enough. Amália’s essence is lived and experienced, absorbed and felt, continuously evolving. In the gerund. It won’t always appear the same.

An experience that only makes sense to us in this manner: sensory, alive. That encompasses all senses and emotions – sound, visuals, digital immersion and the unexpected.

Amália like never seen, heard or felt before. A dynamic and eternal experience that transcends time and space, leaving a lasting imprint in memory. And the spectator becomes an integral part of this exchange. Where each viewer becomes an active participant in this exchange.

All the experiences within this exhibition are woven into an immersive journey through various thematic environments, delving into the artist’s material and immaterial legacy. It features scenic installations, cutting-edge technology, dynamic and interactive content, along with storytelling that seamlessly merges the physical and digital realms. From a 360-degree audiovisual spectacle to a virtual reality film and a holographic performance, visitors will have the opportunity to explore a wide array of installations.

Where is the exhibition?

The exhibition is located in the new venue 8 Marvila, former Armazém Abel Pereira da Fonseca, located at Praça David Leandro da Silva 15 and 16, 1950-064 Marvila, Lisbon.

How to get to Ah, Amália?

The Ah, Amália exhibition is just a 7-minute walk from Braço de Prata Railway Station and easily accessible by bus (Poço do Bispo stop) on the following routes:

718 (ISEL – Roma Areeiro)
728 (Portela – Restelo)
755 (Poço Bispo – Sete Rios)
781 (Prior Velho – Cais do Sodré)

If you choose to visit us by car, there is parking on public roads around the facilities without a paid parking meter.

Who is the Ah, Amália exhibition aimed at?

The Ah, Amália Living Experience exhibition is aimed at audiences of all ages, both national and international. It’s an experience that appeals to everyone: those who are familiar with Amália and those who are not; those who love fado and Amália, as well as those who know little about either; residents and visitors alike, wether they enjoy Lisbon or are discovering it for the first time.

The exhibition is completely adapted to accommodate visitors with reduced mobility.

The reproduction of sounds, intricate imagery and dynamic lighting or patterns may pose challenges for individuals with health conditions susceptible to special effects such as vertigo syndrome.

Do I need to follow a specific timetable, or is the exhibition open for visitors at any time?

Sim, todos os bilhetes são adquiridos para determinadas faixas horárias, de forma a otimizarmos a experiência e permitirmos que todos os visitantes tenham uma verdadeira Living Experience.

Todos os bilhetes têm a tolerância de 10 minutos,

Existe tolerância de 10 minutos. Caso esse tempo seja ultrapassado poderá tentar reagendar a sua visita com a nossa equipa para uma sessão posterior, sujeito a disponibilidade. Em caso de impossibilidade, os bilhetes não são reembolsáveis.

Where can I purchase my ticket?

At the moment, you can purchase your tickets for Ah, Amália Living Experience through the following channels:

Directly on our website at ah-amalia.pt;
In person, at the exhibition facilities;
For schools/ corporate, via email at geral@ah-amalia.pt;
Participating online ticketing platforms.

What types of tickets are there? What are your prices?

Existem seis tipos de bilhetes à venda (preços unitários):

Bilhete Inteiro (Adulto) – 20,00€
Bilhete Família (mínimo 2 adultos e uma criança até 17 anos) – 15,00€
Bilhete Mobilidade Reduzida – 17,00€
Bilhete Jovem (6-17 anos) / Sénior – 17,00€
Grupos (5 a 10 pax) – 18,60€
Grupos (+10) – sob consulta, através de geral@ah-amalia.pt

A entrada a menores de 6 anos é gratuita.

A estes valores podem acrescer comissões de gestão, mediante a plataforma utilizada.

What is the exchange and refund policy?

Exchange or refund of purchased tickets is not allowed. By purchasing tickets, visitors agree to the non-refundable terms and conditions.

Do I need to print my ticket?

No. If you purchased your ticket online, you can simply show the QR code on your mobile device at the entrance.

Can I take photographs and/or record during the visit?

Yes, photography and/or recording during the experience is permitted, provided the instructions from the staff are followed at all times. Photographs and videos must be captured without flash and with the device’s brightness set to a minimum, so as not to disturb the rest of the public.

What are the opening hours for the Ah, Amália exhibition?

A exposição Ah, Amália encontra-se aberta todos os dias das 11:00 às 20:00 sendo que a última entrada é às 19:00.

No entanto, sugerimos que confirme regularmente o horário publicado, pois poderá sofrer algumas alterações.

O nosso apoio ao cliente funciona também durante todo o nosso horário de funcionamento, sendo que para esse efeitopoderá enviar um e-mail para geral@ah-amalia.pt. Tentaremos ser o mais breve possível na sua resposta!”

How long does the visit take?

The visit is scheduled to last approximately 1 hour. However, visitors are welcome to take as long as they deem necessary to fully see, live, experience and absorb all of its content.

In which languages are the exhibition contents available?

All exhibition contents are available in Portuguese and English. However, please note that the musical themes are presented in their original Portuguese version, sung by Amália.

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