The Fado Museum exists since 1998. It is a place dedicated to the art of the most Portuguese song. The museum is in charge of the dissemination and promotion of spoils of many personalities linked to Fado, interpreters, guitarists, authors, professionals or amateurs. With its own Auditorium, there are temporary exhibitions, seminars, live performances and other events. The structure of the Museum houses several areas, namely a terrace, where one performs other activities.
Is one of the most famous and curious places of the neighborhood of Alfama. In Largo das Alcaçarias one can found one of the many fountains of warm water, where, in ancient times, the nobles used to bathe in. If from these waters one expected healings, we can count on two special evenings of Fado.
Like many other buildings in Lisbon, also the secular Church of Santo Estêvão was partially destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. It was rebuilt in a process which was completed in the 19th century. In this place of spirituality, art can also be music, taking advantage of the momentum that the beauty of the structure, rich in sculptures, and a monstrance silver offers.
With almost one hundred years old, in the Grupo Sportivo Adicense the residents of Alfama find a thousand and one fun activities, pedagogical and artistic works, arranged so as to invigorate the Neighborhood and entertain people.