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7 November, 2019

A window from Farnesina’s contemporary art collection. 15 works

The National Coach Museum presents the exhibition “A Window of the Farnesina Contemporary Art Collection”. 15 works “, organized by the Italian Institute of Culture of Lisbon, under the aegis of the Italian Embassy, in collaboration with the Museum and with the support of the Generali – Insurance Company of Lisbon. The exhibition, curated by

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20 December, 2019

Museum Closure – 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 DEC. and 1 JAN.

The National Coach Museum (New Building) is closed to the public on the following days: – December 23, 24, 25; – December 30 and 31; – January 1st (holiday).   We apologize for the inconvenience. Happy Holidays!   NOTE: The Museum is always closed on Mondays and on holidays December 25th. and Jan 1st.  

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20 December, 2019

INVITATION MNCOCHES – World Braille Day – January 4

To commemorate World Braille Day on Saturday, January 4, between 10:00 am and 12:30 pm, the National Coach Museum Educational Service promotes a guided tour of the Permanent Collection using panels with embossed images and text written in Braille. The visits will be organized in small groups and will have free admission. For more information,

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19 July, 2019

Lisbon Music Fest – July 24-25

In 2019, the Museu Nacional dos Coches/ National Coach Museu will once again be part of the LISBON MUSIC FEST (5th edition), an event that brings together young musicians from all over the world with the aim of promoting Lisbon as an artistic, cosmopolitan and multicultural European capital.   July 24 | Room | 5:00 p.m.

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19 July, 2019

Temporary Exhibition | HEIRS OF APOKALIPSE

Until the beginning of November, visitors to the National Coach Museum can find an exhibition titled HEIRS OF APOKALIPSE-STEAMPUNK ART, BIZARRE CHIC and DIESELPUNK, from Nirvana Studios // Custom Café. This exhibition, with free entry, was created with the objective of appealing to a less consumerist conscience, using obsolete artifacts for revaluation of materials. From

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