You can visit the museum in safety, as it is adequately equipped to meet the requirements in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
All you have to do is follow a few simple rules:
> Wear a face mask
> Keep groups to no more than 5 people
> Do not touch the objects on display
Built in 1923 for Banco de Portugal itself, the building is ingrained into Leiria’s history and urban landscape.
One of the numerous marks left by architect Ernesto Korrodi, today, it is one of the main cultural landmarks in the city.
At the Art Bank Gallery, visitors will come across a multiplicity of exhibitions that explore the imagination, creativity and originality of local and national artists.
> Largo 5 de Outubro, n.º 43, 2400-120 Leria
> GPS: 39º44’41.2”N | 8º48’24.8”W
> How to get there: http://bit.ly/1ROmifL
> Monday to Friday: 9am – 12:30pm | 2 – 5:30pm (admin services)
> Monday to Friday: 9am – 12pm | 2 – 5pm (during exhibitions)
> Saturday and Sunday: 2 – 6 (during exhibitions)