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FROM MAY 2 - MUSEUM OPENING HOURS - Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm (last entry 5:30 pm). Free: Sundays and holidays (citizens residing in Portugal).
7 November, 2019
On October 30, 2019, at 6.30 pm, the National Coach Museum launched the first Visitors Guide in Arabic, a pioneering initiative in our country. This important project was supported by the Portuguese ambassador in Saudi Arabia and the Cultural Services of the United Arab Emirates Embassy. For more information: email@example.com Event (supports): National Conservatory and
2 August, 2019
On July 15th, returned to the Museu Nacional dos Coches/ National Coach Museum in Lisbon, coming from Vila Viçosa – a small village in Portugal, the famous Regicide Landau. The Landau is currently in the museum’s conservation and restoration workshops for a process of disinfestation under a controlled anxic bubble atmosphere – process of disinfestation with
2 August, 2019
Since May 14, the visually impaired visitor is invited to visit the Museum collection through ten information posts placed next to various types of vehicles. These informative supports feature embossed images, braille texts and enlarged letters in Portuguese and English. More information: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone + 351 210 732 317
15 January, 2019
Celebrating its anniversary, on May 23rd, The National Coach Museum inaugurated the painting exhibition “Kings and Queens of Portugal”, by Norberto Nunes. The 35 paintings represent the four dynasties who ruled the kingdom till 1910. The exhibition “Kings and Queens of Portugal” has a somehow unexpected recreational approach and can be seen at the 2nd
8 March, 2019
To celebrate the 290th anniversary of the Princess Exchange Ceremony, since the beginning of February the National coach Museum presents a series of informative panels on this historic moment of good relations between the Kingdoms of Portugal and Spain. The highlight are the French Berlins, the Table Coach, the King José I Coach and the