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We have two museum spaces waiting for you!

NEW BUILDING - Tuesday to Sunday: 10am-6pm (last entry 5:30pm). Closed on Mondays; OLD RIDING SCHOOL - Wednesday to Monday: 10h-18h (last entry 17:30h). Closed on Tuesdays. Free entrance to the two MNC buildings: Sundays and holidays (citizens residing in Portugal).

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NEWS
24 September, 2021

Free entry for all on September 26th and October 3rd

During EUROPEAN HERITAGE DAYS, the Museums, Palaces and Monuments overseen by the Directorate General for Cultural Heritage (DGPC), namely the NATIONAL COACH MUSEUM, with free entry on the following dates: September 26th and October 3rd – all visitors. September 24th and 25th; October 1st and 2nd – all participants registered in the initiatives promoted within

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26 May, 2016

| Free WIFI in the galleries |

When at the museum use your SMARTPHONE or TABLET to keep along with the exhibition, transforming your visit into an unforgettable experience!   For this, you just have to access the museum SITE and choose the option EXPLORE.   When in  EXPLORE, choose THE COLLECTION, here you will find an image of each vehicle on

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18 August, 2021

Temporary Exhibition | DANTE PLUS 700

From March 25th to December 31st, 2021 The DANTE PLUS 700 exhibition, presented outside the national Coach Museum, introduces a group of very diverse artists who seek to give life to a new identity of the Supreme Poet. Come and visit this exhibition located outside the Museum, which access is free.   38 ARTISTS ON

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15 March, 2021

Temporary Exhibition | Kings and Queens of Portugal

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

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