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Carris Museum

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Rua 10 de Maio 101-103, Lisbon 1300-472 Portugal
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Luc D wrote a review Aug 2020
Lisbon, Portugal346 contributions95 helpful votes
This is the place to go to if you’re interested in old buses and trams. Carris is the public transport company of Lisbon and this museum tells its history in three locations. You’ll be carried from one location to the other in a vintage tram. The second and third location showcases a lot of old buses and trams etc. Really interesting. They’ve got a considerable collection. The museum is located under the Ponte 25 de Abril. That’s real close to LX Factory. From the city centre you can get there by bus or tram. Trams 15E and 18E stop close by as well as a lot of buses like buses 760, 732,...
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Date of experience: August 2020
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paulc19642017 wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom79 contributions70 helpful votes
If you have any interest in public transport, then this is the place for you! A potted history of Lisbon’s trams, followed by a short trip on a tram to a huge shed full of more trams and buses, some of which you can go on. We were pretty much the only visitors on the day we were there, so it felt like we had the museum to ourselves. Slightly out of the centre, but the number15 tram will drop you outside.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Brian B wrote a review Nov 2019
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A very interesting museum devoted to the trams and public transport of Lisbon. A must for any transport enthusiast.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Swedishtomcat wrote a review Oct 2019
Diss, United Kingdom2,735 contributions634 helpful votes
This museum is housed in the tram depot. Three main sections to visit with a complimentary ride on an old tram to get between the sites. As we were the only people there at the time, we enjoyed our own private ride around the depot. Not only are there trams to see but also buses.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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glimmerasd wrote a review Sep 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands4 contributions5 helpful votes
Nice museum for those who are interested in how public transport in Lisbon has evolved, with an emphasis on local rail transport. There are (at least) two parts, one with historic information, the other where one can see some old and newer rolling stock. Unfortunately the latter part was closed for some event on the day of my visit, so I could only watch from a distance. At least they waived the entrance fee of €2,00. All in all interesting, despite the fact that everything was very passive; no tour, the one corner where there was evidence of a video presentation, was not working. I definitely picked the wrong day.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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