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National Coach Museum

4.4/552 Reviews
Museum

Business Hours

Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00 (17:30 stop admission), closed on Monday, January 1, May 1, Easter Sunday, Christmas

Address

Praça Afonso de Albuquerque, 1349-022 Lisbon
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About National Coach Museum

 Beautiful artistry awaits you when you explore the National Coach Museum in Lisbon. You also have the thrill of viewing Belem Palace, home to Portugal's president. The museum is found in the historic Horse Riding Arena of the palace. Treat yourself to an uncommon experience when you go to a unique museum that contains the globe's best collection of historic coaches previously used by royalty. Some of the coaches showcase real gold materials. Look at the intricate designs of these coaches as you also appreciate the delicate paintings on the museum's ceiling.

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  • 罗马情人1980
    5.0

    At present, it is the only carriage Museum in the world. There are 48 carriages dedicated to the Royal and noble families in Portugal since the 16th and 19th centuries. There are two new and old pavilions. The old Pavilion is located on the east side of the entrance to the Palace of Belem, the President's Palace. Although the design is old, it has a historical sense. At present, seven carriages are displayed. The remaining 41 carriages are displayed in the new pavilion. The new pavilion is located across the road from the old pavilion. It is a two-storey building with floor glass windows. It has a full sense of modernity and takes about 10 minutes to walk. Transportation: 15E to Belem Station fare: old 6EUR, new 4EUR, combined 8EUR, Lisbon free

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    Reviewed on 1498003391000
  • Burberry_is_King
    5.0

    Although the carriage was not completely repaired, it did not feel the decadent taste seen in other evaluations. Several fully restored carriages are gorgeous to give people visual impact. Behind grace, pride and majesty can be felt under power, all of which are deposited in the long river of time, like the golden sand shining on the bottom of the river. The Pavilion is small and the tickets are cheap. Forty minutes is enough to finish the tour. Children like it and adults have some insights. Friends who like to visit art galleries, exhibitions and cultural relics are especially recommended.

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    Reviewed on 1503510662000
  • 门子乀
    5.0

    The carriages are beautiful, reminiscent of the glorious days of the Portuguese kings; they are also beautifully decorated, with detailed annotations and free WiFi and Museum apps to download. There are a few small questions in app that you can ask for a small gift from the front desk after you have answered them all.

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  • 小白_1912
    4.0

    The National Coach Museum exhibits 48 Royal or noble carriages of Portugal since the 16th and 19th centuries, as well as related knights, grooms, and their attendant uniforms, harnesses, etc. The National Carriage Museum is close to the Presidential Museum and the Presidential Palace. If you like, you can take it with you.

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    Reviewed on 1523666916000
  • 天哲
    5.0

    The Portuguese National Carriage Museum is unique and unforgettable in the world. The Carriage Museum is located in the northeastern corner of Albuquerque Square in the western part of Lisbon, near the Palace of Belem, the presidential palace. There are 48 special carriages for the Portuguese royalty or nobility from the 16th century to the 19th century on display in the museum. At the same time, it also collects and exhibits various royal and noble knight uniforms and horsewear, as well as a complete set of equipment for equestrian competitions, as well as Royal orchestra instruments and grooms, followers'clothes and so on.

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    Reviewed on 1535347005000
  • 李旅神
    5.0

    The Museu Nacional DOS Coches near the monastery is one of the best four-wheeled carriage collections in the world and a very popular Museum in Lisbon. Looking up information on the internet, I think I must go to see it, but it is very low-key, small facade, it is really difficult to find. Ask people all the way, until finally the police uncle led the way. Tickets are 6 Euros per person. Although the venue is small, it is rare to see it anywhere else. It is still worth it.

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    Reviewed on 1465895611000
  • Udjat
    5.0

    The National Museum of Four-wheeled Cars is located in Belem District, one of the best collection venues of old-fashioned four-wheeled carriages in the world. There are huge murals on the ceiling. The precious carriages of different periods are arranged in the exhibition hall neatly. These carriages are exquisitely made and beautifully decorated, reflecting the artistic style of craftsmen striving for excellence. It's well preserved. It's the popular Museum in Lisbon. Opening time is from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 (stop at 17:30). Adults 5 euros, elderly people over 65 years old 2.5 euros, students 2 euros.

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    Reviewed on 1475700740000
  • ccjccj
    4.0

    A very distinctive museum, in Belem District, the museum's carriages are exquisite, the museum has the world's largest collection of carriages and Royal Cars, a complete reproduction of the brilliant history of Portuguese carriages.

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    Reviewed on 1532919988000
  • 天边的海999
    4.0

    A very modern building. Although the carriage was not completely repaired, it did not feel the decadent taste seen in other evaluations. Several fully restored carriages are gorgeous to give people visual impact. Behind grace, pride and majesty can be felt under power, all of which are deposited in the long river of time, like the golden sand shining on the bottom of the river. The Pavilion is small and the tickets are cheap. Forty minutes is enough to finish the tour. Children like it and adults have some insights. Friends who like to visit art galleries, exhibitions and cultural relics are especially recommended.

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    Reviewed on 1529567489000
  • Tony淇
    5.0

    The Portuguese National Car Museum has the largest collection of carriages and Royal Cars in the world. The Carriage Museum is located in the northeastern corner of Albuquerque Square in the western part of Lisbon, near the Palace of Belem, the presidential palace. There are 48 special carriages for the Portuguese royalty or nobility from the 16th century to the 19th century on display in the museum. At the same time, it also collects and exhibits various royal and noble knight uniforms and horsewear, as well as a complete set of equipment for equestrian competitions, as well as Royal orchestra instruments and grooms, followers'clothes and so on. These exhibits provide visitors with a picture of the life of the courts in Europe since modern times. They provide a unique and intuitive concept for viewers to understand the technological development of transport in Europe since modern times. They completely reproduce the brilliant history of the development of carriages.

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    Reviewed on 1513029998000
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