Amazing for real i loved to see this museum . Next year i will bring all my family here . You can see alot of differents cars
About Museu Nacional dos Coches
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The Museu Nacional dos Coches actually has two buildings (in which you need to buy tickets for both). I highly recommend buying the joint ticket. The first building we entered was the original riding school, with a stunning interior and a collection of very old...More
This museum is really outstanding, both its contents and the building itself. Once you visit it, you will understand why it´s so popular among locals and tourists, in spite of being a theme museum, focused in historical carriages, what might not be appealing for everybody....More
We felt a little disappointed because the museum looked like unfinished. Need more information about the coach. Seems like you enter in a garage of coach with anything else. Also, the building itself don't match with the museum theme. The coaches were great, but is...More
This is in the area called Belem- not a far walk from other area attractions like Pasteles de Belem and Jeronimos Monastery. The coaches or horse-drawn carriages are indeed ornate and beautiful but they seemed to run together for me. The bombeiros' (firemen's) carriages and...More
What a great museum. The coaches are antique and quite beautiful. Definitely worth a visit! Buy a combo ticket to also see the old museum across the street.
Apparently there is a big museum of carriages, but it was closed when I visited Belem, so this review is only for the old museum of coaches, housed at the former royal stables. The coaches are interesting in themselves, but they are badly lit, and...More
The museum has an enormous quantity of carriages from all times. It includes Portuguese carriages and foreign ones as well. All of them incredible well preserved. If you look history it's definitely a must seen while in Belen-Lisbon. Sunday's mornings are free.
When a queen of Portugal realized that cars were replacing horse drawn carriages she decided to protect these fantasy modes of a bygone era. Some people may be bored here but the sheer amount of carriages in their golden splendor and great condition is awesome...More