Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the National Coach Museum’s opening hours have changed. NOTICE: WEEKLY HOURS: Visit us from 10am to 1pm (last entry at 12pm) and from 2pm to 5pm (last entry at 4pm). 24th & 25th DECEMBER: CLOSED WEEKENDS: Free admission until 12:30 pm. Closing at 1:00 pm (last entry at
OPENNew uilding – 10:00 – 13:00 (last entry at 12:00). Closed from 13:00 – 14:30. Reopens from 14:30 to 17:00.LAST ENTRY4:00 pm CLOSEDMondays, 1 January, 1 May, Easter Sunday, 13 June, 24 and 25 December. NOTEThe Royal Riding Arena of the MNC is temporarily closed.
FROM 21 JANUARY The Croatian Embassy in Portugal opens at MNCoches a Temporary Exhibition with creations made by renowned Croatian artist Vasko Lipovac (1931-2006). For this Exhibition, some reference works were selected, including a Road Bike Race. T The use of minimalist figures combined with an intense palette are some of the characteristics that define
For reasons of maintenance the former Royal Riding School of the National Coach Museum (Museu Nacional dos Coches) is closed to the public. We apologize for the inconvenience, in the hope that the reopening will be brief. + INF. | Monday to Friday – Phone: +351 210 732 319
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
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.
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,
In 2019, we celebrated the 400th anniversary of the visit of Philip II to Portugal. The carriage used for this trip (Coche de Filipe II), the oldest in the collection of MNCoches, was brought by King Philip II (III of Spain) at the time of his visit to Lisbon, to attend his son’s oath as
On October 12, the Museu Nacional dos Coches inaugurated the temporary exhibition Carriage Modeling – José Cardoso de Brito, which presents 14 replicas of MNC collection vehicles, made by the author in the scale of 1/10. + INF. (here)