I'd never had the opportunity to really see a bunch of royal coaches up close, so that was really cool. There are approximately 50 different coaches in the museum, with one stunning one that they restored really taking your breath away! There are also some other neat coaches - not the fancy, ornate ones for royalty, but the smaller ones that were carried, or the more practical / everyday use ones. Definitely worth making a quick stop in to check it out if you're in the Belem neighborhood. You can visit in about half an hour if you just want to walk by and look at the various coaches; allot an hour or an hour and a half if you want to read all the placards on display and take in the second floor (which has some paintings and stuff upstairs, but which I didn't find super interesting so I skipped most of it).
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