(To) Scratch the Heritage in the National Coach Museum

In May 2018, the National Coach Museum (NCM) received the National Meeting of Urban Sketchers Portugal (USkP) in a match between the risk of the design, architecture and collections. As a result of this memorable Journey, the NCM now presents the exhibition (To) Scratch the Heritage in the National Coach Museum, composed of 80 drawings

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XII Secil Architecture Award

The National Coach Museum is in the list of the twelve finalists for the XII Secil Architecture Award (XII SAA). On January 11th, in this regard, the jury of the XII SAA visited the new building of the National Coach Museum, a work of the architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha, in collaboration with Ricardo Bak

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National Coach Museum | Closed 24th, 25th and 26th December

The Museu Nacional dos Coches will be closed on 24th, 25th and 26th December 2017.

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Departure of the Royal Family to Brazil – 1807

The National Coach Museum presents the exhibition Departure of the Royal Family to Brazil – 1807, inaugurated on November 29th 2017 Owned by the National Coach Museum, Nicolau Delerive’s painting represents the Portuguese Royal Family embarking for Brazil at Belém, on November 29th 1807. Using this work as a starting point, the exhibition revives the

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Zagreb Art in Lisbon

Marking the 40 years of friendship between the cities of Zagreb and Lisbon, the National Coach Museum opens two exhibitions presenting the works of photographers Marija Braut and Slavka Pavić, as well as the artistic expression of the world famous Croatian painter Vatroslav Kulis.     Sharing the title Zagreb Art in Lisbon (Umjetnost Zagreba

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The new building of the National Coach Museum will be closed to the public

To finish the museographical programme, the new building of the National Coach Museum will be closed to the public from April 26th to May 19th. It will reopen on May 20th, saturday. To celebrate the European Museum Night, it will open from 10.00 a.m. till midnight, free of charge. The Royal Riding Arena (old Museum),

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