Lisbon's National Coach Museum relocates and offers new event space

The National Coach Museum in Lisbon reopened in May in a new building in Belem, housing a unique collection of coaches and carriages previously used by the Portuguese royal family.

The museum is made up of two building with four floors, including two permanent exhibition rooms and two temporary show rooms. 

The museum has a number of event spaces, the largest can be used for receptions, cocktails and gala dinners and can accommodate 300 people seated or 500 standing. An auditorium is also available, seating up to 340. 

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