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Lisbon's newest immersive attraction

Lisbon's newest immersive experience is here! Located in Belém - Lisbon, Quake combines video-mapping, interactive technology and state-of-the-art simulators to take you back to 1755 so you can relive Lisbon's most disruptive event, the Lisbon earthquake. Experience the science, history and culture with family and friends on this incredible journey.

Experience the Lisbon earthquake

Feel the power of an earthquake

Quake is home to the story of the most extraordinary event: on the morning of the 1st of November 1755, an extremely violent earthquake destroyed Lisbon, followed by a tsunami and ranging fires that lasted a week. By entering in this experience you will feel and see the impact the earthquake had on the city and its people.

Are you ready to play a role in the unfolding of this 18th century catastrophe?

Explore a forgotten Lisbon

When walking through the streets of Lisbon today, the story of the Great Erathquake is lurking in every corner: the orthogonal plan of downtown, the proximity to the water, the many references still today in popular culture. But what happened to the vibrant medievel streets? And what reconstruction plans for the city were on the table? What historical, philosophical and scientific consequences did the earthquake have for an Europe in the Age of Enlightenment?

Travel into the past (and get back safe and sound) to discover how the earthquake forever changed the face of Lisbon and shook the old continent.

Are you prepared?

What causes earthquakes? And how does tectonic plate movement cause tsunamis? The Lisbon Earthquake was so deeply disturbing, that it had repercussions all over Europe and the World, still visible today. But many other seismic events have been affecting the globe through out time. At this cutting edge experience on geology and seismology you will learn more about earthquakes and how to prepare for them, understanding what the knowledge gained on the aftermath of the 1755 disaster represents for our present and future.

Are we (better) prepared today?