National Coach Museum
The National Coach Museum in Lisbon is one of the most visited museums in Lisbon, with an exhibit of a vast coach collection.
If you need to take your little ones to see how it was not long ago, make a trip back in time. Try taking them to the National Coach Museum in Belém. Beautiful vehicles used between the 17th century and the end of the 19th century.
The most venerable is the King Philip II of Spain traveling coach, from his visit to Portugal in 1619. There are also three other monumental coaches made in Italy for a Pope visit by the Marquis de Fontes. The Queen Elizabeth II coach is one of the pieces exhibits from her visit to Portugal in the 1950s.
Prices: Normal – 6 €; Youth Card – € 3
GPS 38°41’51.1″N 9°11’58.9″W
From 11 to 22 may the Museum will be closed.
It re-opens on May 23rd.