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Well worth a visit to this popular museum although we were confused as it was based on two sites with the old building over the road.
The range of coaches on display was excellent in this well laid out museum.
The Museo Nacional dos Coches has an extensive collection of horse-drawn carriages. Many of them are Portuguese but some are from other European countries.
The building is quite modern, although there is an older auxiliary building across the street. There are also displays of clothing...More
Based on the “About” description, this listing pertains to the older and smaller of the two coach museums that lay across an intersection from each other in Belém. There is a separate listing for the “National Coche Museum” which pertains to the new and much...More
I enjoyed this much more than I thought I would. I believe this is a world-class museum that houses a vast collection of carriages over the centuries. There are electronic viewing aids and full explanations in English. You can spend as little, or as much,...More
The new Museu Nacional dos Coches is GREAT. Compared with the previous space (beautiful but small) this is an huge improvement as you can now really see in detail all the carriages, from the 3 amazing cars that were part of a (Portuguese) famous show...More
Pleasantly surprised with this awesome museum, worth an hour or so to walk through. Hard to believe this carriages were so well preserved! A whimsical and fun thing to do if you’re already near the monastery.
Our traveling friend added this museum to our visit to Lisbon and iIt ended up being the most interesting and impressive place we visited. The large modern building highlights the beautiful collection of coaches from all over Europe. It was somewhat confusing as we went...More
I wandered in here out of general curiosity but wow was it worth it! Fabulous collection of royal and church coaches very well displayed. Totally and gloriously over the top! In particular I loved some of the C18 coaches for the Vatican with near life-size...More
This was one of my highlights in our stay in Belem. We toured the museum with great fascination. The coaches are in very good condition and the exhibits are very well laid out! Definitely worth a visit!
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Hi there's plenty of public transport to Belem. You can't get there by metro but by bus or tram. We were staying in the Alfama district and were able to get a bus directly from Santa Apolonia station which took about 20... More
Hi there's plenty of public transport to Belem. You can't get there by metro but by bus or tram. We were staying in the Alfama district and were able to get a bus directly from Santa Apolonia station which took about 20 mins. It seems to be a very regular service. Hope this helps . Enjoy Lisbon it is a fab city..