Coach Museum


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Prices & Opening Times


National Coach Museum: 8€
Royal Riding School: 4€
Royal Riding School + Museum: 10€
Ajuda Palace + Museum: 12€

with Lisboa Card

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Official website: non-refundable

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Opening times

Tuesday to Sunday (10am-6pm)*

Royal Riding School
Wednesday to Monday (10am-6pm) *

*Last admission 5:30pm

Highlights & Photos


How to get there


Museum (new building)
Avenida da Índia nº 136 | Belém Neighborhood

Royal Riding School (old building)
Praça Afonso de Albuquerque | Belém Neighborhood

714, 727, 728, 729, 751 | Altinho stop
728 – Belém Stop

15E, 18E | Altinho stop

Belém Station (Cascais Line)

Belém Station

History Timeline

1905: The “Royal Coach Museum” was inaugurated in Lisbon by initiative of Queen Amélia (Wife of King Carlos I)

1911: The museum changes its name to National Coach Museum

1940: Inauguration of a new showroom (designed by the architect Raul Lino) allowing the exhibition of more vehicles (due to lack of space, not the whole collection yet)

2015: Inauguration of the actual building

Eat & Drink nearby

Pastéis de Belém

Rua de Belém nº 84 a 92
Phone: +351 213637423

Lisbon iconic custard tart
Long queues but mooving fast
On-site cafe & take-away custard tart

Le Chat

Jardim 9 de Abril
Phone: +351 213963668

12h30 – 1h00 (Mon – Thu)
12h30 – 2h00 (Fri – Sat)
12h30 – 1h00 (Sun)

Restaurant with a nice terrace
It has an extensive cocktail list

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