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WEEKENDS: Free admission until 12:30 pm. Closing at 1:00 pm (last entry at 12:30 pm). WEEKLY HOURS: Visit us from 10am to 1pm (last entry at 12pm) and from 2pm to 5pm (last entry at 4pm).

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14 January, 2021

National Coach Museum – Temporarily Closed

WARNING: The National Coach Museum, under the responsibility of the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage (DGPC), is temporarily closed due to the guidelines issued by the Portuguese Directorate-General of Health regarding Covid-19 and to the declaration of national state of emergency.   We appreciate your understanding, in the hope that we will be able to reopen


5 November, 2020

WHAT WE WANT – Francesco Jodice

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION From October 28, 2020 to January 3, 2021 National Coach Museum / Museu Nacional dos Coches – “Jardim de Belém” Room, 2nd floor     The National Coach Museum  hosts renowned Italian photographer Franscesco Jodice. “What We Want” is the title of one of the main projects of Jodice that started in 1995


5 November, 2020

Lucca Project Contest 2019

BD EXPHIBITION From October 19, 2020 to January 3, 2021 Avenida da Índia, next to the entrance of MNCoches   Outside the new building of the National Coach Museum you can find an exhibition with the works of the 15 finalists of the LUCCA PROJECT CONTEST Contest – Giovanni Martinelli Award and the winning project


7 November, 2019

Launch of the Museum Guide in Arabic

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: Event (supports): National Conservatory and


2 August, 2019

The Return of the Regicide Landau

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