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Museu Nacional dos Coches

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Museu Nacional dos Coches

1,589 Reviews
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2 Hour Lisbon Sunset and Wine Sailing Tour
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2 Hour Lisbon Sunset and Wine Sailing Tour

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Sail into the sunset for fantastic views of Lisbon while you sip on local wine and listen to live commentary with this sailng cruise. You'll start at Belem, passing by the Belem Tower, the Jeronimos Monastery, the Ajuda National Palace, and Commerce Square, learning about the Portuguese capital as you go.
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Malgorzata wrote a review Nov 2020
8,325 contributions569 helpful votes
I decided to visit the Carriage Museum again. I'm so glad I did because it's a great collection of carriages. The new place will take away some magic, but the exposure has increased significantly. The oldest exhibit from the 17th century, the newest from the 19th century. Carriages of cardinals, ambassadors, heirs to the throne, and the first car in Portugal. Richly decorated, they showed the status of their owners. Films showing the use of carriages and scenes from life in individual epochs are displayed on the walls. Very interesting place, definitely worth visiting. I recommend the museum to both adults and children. They will certainly not be bored.
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Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes
Natasha S wrote a review Oct 2020
Belfast, United Kingdom64 contributions28 helpful votes
An astonishing and extremely well preserved array of carriages, coaches and early motorised cars covering famous royals (including the coach where the last king of portugal's father and bother were assasinated in 1910) from 1700s to early days of the Portuguese republic. all well laid out and well described in multiple languages. and all for just Euro 8 per person. This is great!
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Date of experience: September 2020
1 Helpful vote
D P wrote a review May 2020
Lisbon, Portugal41 contributions45 helpful votes
A total experience that is fun, architectural and entertaining. The image that is up here is from the old museum; this has now moved in a cutting edge architectural work next to Belem train station
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Sharon H wrote a review Mar 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada2,071 contributions239 helpful votes
After seeing the Jeronimos Monastery and the Monument of Discoveries, we decided to visit this museum before returning to Lisbon because it was free with our Lisbon Card. We were delighted to discover that it actually had the most comprehensive collection of historic coaches we have ever seen in one place. The earliest was 1619, the fanciest were 1700’s, but there were also some from the 1800’s and 1900’s. Several really elaborate ones were used in the procession of the Portuguese embassy sent to Pope Clement XI in 1716 for the coronation of Lisbon as capital of the Portuguese empire. Another special carriage was given by the Pope to the king to carry the “blessed ribbons” intended for he baptism of his son. There were also some very unique transport vehicles—a “hunting car” with a removable roof and roll-up blinds and a transport without wheels (poles fixed to the sides allowed a horse to be hooked up to the front and the back at the same time—no idea how this really worked). We enjoyed our visit!
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Date of experience: June 2019
3 Helpful votes
howiet1971 wrote a review Feb 2020
Swindon, United Kingdom1,411 contributions207 helpful votes
This is in Belem, close to Padrão dos Descobrimentos, Belem Tower, the Monastery and I only went in because I could get in free on my Lisbon Card. I was pleasantly surprised. The coaches are STUNNING and I was in awe at the level of detail and flamboyance. Beautiful museum.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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