Cathedral of Évora

Cathedral and Sacred Art Museum of Évora

Image of Garden of the Cathedral of Évora
​​​​Dedicated to Santa Maria, the Cathedral of Évora was built in the 13th and 14th centuries, under the royal patronage of D. Afonso III and Bishop Durando Pais, in the Romanesque and Gothic styles, especially the ogival portico, adorned with sculptures of the Apostleship and the cloister. Formerly there was another episcopal seat, but its location is ignored. The chancel is from the 16th century (Baroque style), authored by the German Architect Frederico Ludovici. In the interior, there are many architectural and artistic elements of relevance, such as the choir stall, the Renaissance organ, the Sacred Art Museum pieces (sculpture, painting, clerical vestments and goldsmithing), among others.
Largo do Marquês de Marialva, Évora, Portugal

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Address: Largo do Marquês de Marialva, Évora, Portugal
Phone: +351 266 759 330

Cathedral of Évora:
Schedule (All Year):
  • Every Day from 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. (last entry at 04:30 p.m.).
  • Cathedral + Cloister: 2,50€
  • Cathedral + Cloister + Tower: 3,50€
  • Cathedral + Cloister + Museum of Sacred Art: 4,50€

  • Students and Seniors:
    • Cathedral + Cloister + ​Museum of Sacred Art: 4,00€

Museum of the Cathedral – Sacred Art:
The Museum of the Cathedral has Access for People with Disabilities.