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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, from 10 am to 6 pm (citizens residing in Portugal).

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28 August, 2023

National Coach Museum Cafe

Did you know… there’s a cafe near the entrance of the New Museum Building?   Overlooking Avenida da Índia and Jardim Afonso de Albuquerque, take a momento to enjoy the beautiful scenery, accompanied by a drink or meal next to the terrace. On your next visit to the museum, the suggestions for a light and


11 July, 2023

Temporary Exhibition | “Sedan Chair: a private and urban vehicle”

The National Coach Museum presents “Sedan Chair: a private and urban vehicle”, organized by the National Coach Museum with the support of Universidade Lusófona – Department of Museology. The National Coach Museum, within the scope of fulfilling its functions as an institution, assumes the mission, among others, of studying, exhibiting and disseminating the objects that


3 April, 2023

National Coach Museum – “MUSEUM OF TRUST” 2023

We are proud to announce that the National Coach Museum was distinguished by the readers of the Reader’s Digest Selections, within the scope of the 23rd edition of the study “Marcas de Confiança”, becoming the “MUSEUM OF TRUST” in 2023! The museum team would like to thank all readers for their recognition, hoping that they


16 June, 2023

New vehicle on display – DARRACQ (20th century)

On loan from the Automóvel Club de Portugal (ACP), the DARRACQ (20th century), owned by the Alves Ferreira Montalvão family, Chaves, Outeiro-Seco, is temporarily on display. It is a break-type vehicle, imported from France in 1901 and shipped as an agricultural implement through the port of Figueira da Foz. The gearbox has 3 forward gears