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EXHIBITIONS

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

LUÍSA REIS CABRAL. A WOMAN AHEAD OF YOUR TIME

until 01 November 2020

Luísa Reis Cabral was a hat designer for over 40 years.

Born in 1907, in Lisbon, in the midst of a humble family, Luísa Reis Cabral learned the art of sewing very early and, at the age of 14, started as an apprentice in a hat making workshop located in Chiado.

This exhibition is a tribute to a lifetime dedicated to hats.

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Temporary exhibition

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

MARIANNE JONGKIND. 55 YEARS OF HAT COUTURE

until 13 September 2020

“Marianne jongkind. 55 Years of hat couture Hat” is the second exhibition of the new programming cycle of the 2019 Hat Museum, entitled“ Create between Worlds. From head to toe".

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LONG TERM EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION

Commendator António José de Oliveira Júnior. The visionary entrepreneur

Know the history of the founder of Empresa Industrial de Chapelaria who, in 1914, transformed this industry.

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EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION

Manoel Vieira Araújo. The man and the entrepreneur

The life and the work of the Mayor who founded Viarco, the only Portuguese pencil factory.

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TO TAKE THE HAT OFF

DISCOVER

LONG TERM EXHIBITION

LONG TERM EXHIBITION

Do you know how to do a hat?

Discover the wonderful world of hats and all the secrets hidden in the beautiful machines and tools.

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SPACES

NEED A SPACE?

NEED A SPACE?

Are you planning a special event?

The Hat Museum has the perfect space for you. The auditorium, meeting rooms, catering service, spaces for training and much more. Promote an event that everyone will take the hat off!

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VISIT THE HAT MUSEUM

CONTACTS | OPENING TIMES | PRICES

CONTACTS | OPENING TIMES | PRICES

Rua Oliveira Júnior, nº 501, 3700-204 S. João da Madeira

Telephone: 256 200 206

Email: museuchapelaria@cm-sjm.pt

 

TEMPORARY OPENING HOURS

Friday to Sunday: 10h00 - 12h30 | 14h00 - 17h30

 

Museum and temporary exhibitions: 2,00€

Free entrance: Sundays from 10h30 to 12h30; born, residents, students and fireman of S. João da Madeira; former workers of millinery, shoe industry and Oliva factory.