The museum officially opened on May 23, 1905 in the hall of the former Royal Riding Arena. and then moved to it's current location in 2015.
A Coach is a ceremonial and travel vehicle that emerged at the beginning of the 15th century, in Kocs (Hungary). In fact, the term “coach” (used in English) derives from the name of this village, which inspired linguistic adaptations in other European countries: “coche” (in Portuguese, French, and Spanish), “cocchio” (in Italian), “Kutsche” (in German), etc.
Located at Av. da Índia 136, 1300-300 Lisboa, Portugal.
It's easy to get to this museum by public transportation. You can take the bus (lines 28, 714, 727, 729, 751), tram (number 15E) and train (Cascais Line)!
For more information, visit their official website.