It looks a bit small on the outside, and it doesn't look like a museum, but there are many carriages on display inside, which is very beautiful! Very magnificent! When I took the train back to the hotel here because the subway card time expired, and then wanted to charge the subway card, I met a subway service staff with a super bad attitude. She said that she could not answer questions after work, so she changed hands and went to buy tickets for Americans. , We are ahead of the Americans. . . This is the first Lisbon person I have met with a bad attitude. Other foreigners are very enthusiastic! The picture is here, it's best not to ask her when it's too late, it's rude!
The National Coach Museum is one of a kind. It centers on the finest collection of historical horse coaches the world over, which are housed in a horse riding arena within Belem Palace (once a royal residence, now home to the Portuguese president). Some of these coaches exhibit artistry and intricacy that boggle the mind, especially those in the over-the-top Baroque style.
National Carriage Museum Lisbon Portugal National Carriage Museum: The museum consists of a large and bright main hall and side halls. The main hall is 50 meters long and 17 meters wide. The upper floors on both sides are the promenade stands with marble columns, which are former princes. A place where nobles watched horse racing. To the right of the main hall is the side hall, which is smaller in area than the main hall. 48 carriages are arranged in the main hall and side halls in historical order. These high-end luxury carriages are of different shapes and decorated with their own characteristics, which is pleasing to the eye.
The Portuguese Carriage Museum is free. The museum here has collected a lot of old carriage art. The museum is very old. There are a lot of carriage art displayed here. The museum is also suitable for visiting. [Scenery] The whole scenery is beautiful. [Interesting] It's so interesting