20% off the ticket price to see Fragata D. Fernando II e Glória
Built entirely of wood, Fragata D. Fernando II e Glória is a one-of-a-kind ship in all the world. Climb aboard, take a trip through history and feel like a true sailor, facing the sea fearlessly.
Fragata D. Fernando II e Glória was launched in 1843, being the last ship of the Portuguese Navy to be powered exclusively by sail and the last ship to make the "Carreira da Índia." For 33 years, it has traveled more than 100,000 nautical miles, the equivalent of five trips around the world. Her name is a tribute to the Queen of Portugal, D. Maria II, and her husband, D. Fernando II.
The ship made her last trip in 1878, when it became a part of the Naval Artillery School until 1938. In 1963, the history of the Frigate was ravaged by a great fire, which left it almost submerged in the Tagus River until 1992. At that time the restoration work began and the frigate opened to the public as a museum at EXPO 98.
Summer Schedule (May 1st to September 30th)
Monday: from noon to 6pm
Tuesday to Sunday: from 10am to 6pm
Winter Schedule: (October 1st to April 30th)
Monday: from noon to 5pm
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 5pm
January 1st, Easter Sunday, May 1st, and December 25th
Child (0-3 years) - Free
Youth (4-12 years) - 2,00 €
Adult (13-64 years old) - 4,00 €
Senior (+65 years old) - € 2.00
Family (2 adults + 2 young people) * - 10,00 €
1st Sunday of each month
Navy Day - May 20th
Children's Day - June 1st (Free for grades 4-12)
National Sea Day - November 16th
Monuments and Sites Day - April 18th
There is no need to book. On the day of the experience you will have to show your Portugal Stopover card, which is available on the TAP APP*.
*This feature is not available in the APP yet. However, you can show your ticket number to access the offer.
The Navy is committed to the implementation of measures to facilitate access for all visitors to all its tourist sites. However, entry to the ship and the tour requires the use of steep stairs. Therefore, they were not yet adapted to the needs of people with reduced mobility.