National Coach Museum

The museum houses an unique collection in the world consisting of vehicles from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries including coaches, berlins, sedan chairs and carriages.


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The National Coach Museum opened at the old riding ring of the Palace of Belém on the 23rd of May, 1905.

It was created by Queen D. Amélia of Orleães and Bragança (the wife of king D. Carlos) as a way to preserve the important collection of vehicles belonging to the Royal House.

The museum houses a unique collection in the world consisting of vehicles from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries including coaches, berlins, sedan chairs and carriages – all of which are decorated in a rich and profuse style.

This makes it the most visited museum in Lisbon, if not in the whole of Portugal.

To commemorate its 110th anniversary, the museum was transferred to a brand new building designed by the Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha.

The New Coach Museum, inaugurated on the 23rd of May 2015, is yet another reason to visit this wonderful collection. 

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Schedule

MUSEUM - NEW BUILDING - Tuesday to Sunday: 10am-6pm. Closed on Mondays;
LAST ENTRY: 5:30 p.m.

CLOSED: HOLIDAYS: January 1st, May 1st, Easter Sunday, June 13th, December 24th and 25th
 



Price
Adult - 8€
Junior - 50%
Senior - 50%
Family - 50%

Reduced rates and exemptions:

- Every Sunday and Holiday - free entrance for residents in Portugal;
- Children aged 12 and under;
- Unemployed EU citizens;
- Visitors with reduced mobility (> 60% disability/documented).