Museu Nacional dos Coches
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Museu Nacional dos Coches information
Cinderella wannabes delight in Portugal's most-visited museum, which dazzles with its world-class collection of 70 17th- to 19th-century coaches in a new ultramodern (and some might say inappropriately contrasting) space that debuted in 2015. Don't miss the Pope Clement XI’s stunning ride, the scarlet-and-gold Coach of the Oceans, or the old royal riding school, Antigo Picadeiro Real , across the street.
The easily missable upper level hosts temporary contemporary-art exhibitions.