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National Coach Museum

Lisbon, Portugal
4.6 / 32
The museum, which houses a collection of crews of the royal family. It was created with the participation of the last Queen of Portugal Amelia, as she wanted to save the carriages and show them to the general public. Subsequently, the collection was replenished with copies from France, Austria, Italy and other European states. In the museum you can see carriages of the XVII-XIX centuries. In 2015, a new modern building was built for the exposition.
Address:Avenida da Índia 136, Lisboa
Phone:+351 21 073 2319
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–18:00 wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–18:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00

This is not somewhere I would normally go, but because we were in the area and it was included on the Lisboa card, we went. It's actually pretty inte.. Read more »
This place is AWESOME!!! so much history here. The coaches are so ornate, so varied. All of the stories and accessories. The private experience was.. Read more »
Prior to visiting Lisbon, all my friends insisted I visit Museum of Coaches. I found this advice puzzling, to put it mildly. Until I actually visited .. Read more »
A fascinating museum of coaches that go from extravagant century old coaches used by former rulers and royalty through to more modern commercialised o.. Read more »
We were casually scooting around and found this gem!! It was so cool to see all of the interesting carriages and learn about their history. It wasn't .. Read more »
I loved this museum and my husband thought it was "definitely worth seeing." A beautiful collection of coaches! We have never seen anything remotely l.. Read more »
Fascinating museum. I would never imagine how beautiful some coaches are. They are pieces of art. This is the most extensive collection of coaches in .. Read more »
Extraordinary. Each carriage is a mind blowing piece of art. Very well preserved exhibits, displayed in large halls with ability to go around almost a.. Read more »
I was a bit skeptical but on a cold winter afternoon I made my way to the museum. And I was in for a royal treat. Interesting stories from the histor.. Read more »
When I landed in Lisbon I didn’t know there was a national coach museum. I heard positive feedbacks about it so I decided to go. Very nice exposition,.. Read more »
The amount of history that this museum has, just by showing the old transportation means is quite amazing. The names and sources of the carriages expl.. Read more »
Great way to walk through time. Learn history through the coaches that once transported royalty and prisoners. Charming and more captivating than expe.. Read more »
Very interesting exhibition. A must of you like history and carriages ;) worth a visit on your way from Belem to the Lisbon center. Free with Lisbon c.. Read more »
Museum is pretty boring. There's an app which seems cool but it doesn't tell you anything the signs don't already say. There are exit signs everywher.. Read more »
Very interesting museum! I had no idea that coaches could be so interesting. The technological development and the artistry were amazing. I highly rec.. Read more »
Absolutely fabulous. A must place to visit when in Lisbon. A fantastic collection of Coaches going back Centuries.
A nice part of Portuguese hiistory that we might have easily missed. Easy to find your way around and not to long for children. Kids go free which was.. Read more »
What a really unique find here in Lisbon. We had the Lisbon Card which granted us free access to this museum and had a wonderful English speaking guid.. Read more »
Wow! What a collection of carriages! Of the two buildings, only the new one was open. So much interesting history and beautiful designs in a airy and .. Read more »
Not super technical, would be great to have more explanation about how those were made, but amazing collection of coaches.
Great experience!! It'so cool to see how was the cars back to 1700.
The place is well taking care off, but you better like the carriages, otherwise save your money.
Really cool and interested place. Went there on a Sunday, it was pretty quiet and FREE! If I’m not wrong, once a month, the first Sunday of the month,.. Read more »
It seems an extraordinarily huge and ugly building that is out of kilter with the delicate coaches it is preserving. The collection is remarkable thou.. Read more »
Amazing collection of coaches. The exhibits are placed in chronological order and the earlier ones are simply magestic
Amazing collection of coaches. The exhibits are placed in chronological order and the earlier ones are somply magestic
Never saw that before in my entire life. It's 8€ but the price is worth it. A magnificent collection of carosses and Berlin. Take your time to admire .. Read more »
If you’re looking for an unusual way to spend an hour, visit this unique museum.
Absolutely looooooved this place and only wish there was more and more to see, it's definitely a must!
Didn't think it'd be so interesting but I was wrong.
It was very beautiful. All the information were in 3 languages, English, French, and Portuguese. The whole tour didn't take long 2h max. (if you read .. Read more »
Be careful because museum is currently closed between 1 till 2.30pm. They use this break due to coronavirus (no idea what is the point, surely they ar.. Read more »
Great place to visit if you love coaches!
Located in an beautiful coastal area is an amazing place to touch the history. Many different and sometime strange carriages which belongs to kings an.. Read more »
Stunningly beautiful and historical without the boredom. It's like 3 dimensional art that is drenched in regalness. There is never a dull moment. Coac.. Read more »
Very unique museum with a whole history of couches available for viewing. Learned things I have never expected to learn. Not busy so you can take your.. Read more »
After being in Lisboa for a month, we finally got around to visiting the National Coach Museum and I am sure glad we did. The guided tour was availab.. Read more »
This museum is really worth a visit but I recommend a guided tour in order to understand the evolution of the carriages until our engines today. The m.. Read more »
I was pleasantly surprised by this visit. Initially I thought it would be an hour's visit and off to the next stop. I had to pull myself out after thr.. Read more »