The National Railway Museum, in Entroncamento, is a collective living space of dialogue and sharing of knowledge. Inaugurated in May 2015, this is a Museum of international scope which takes care of a legacy with more than 160 years, in an area of 4.5 hectares with 19 railway lines.
The exhibition inhabits historical and unique buildings, proposing a journey from the first steam engines till the railway transport of the future and showing authentic treasures such as the Royal Train and the Presidential Train. Get to know our temporary exhibitions, try the augmented reality totem, drive an old four wheeled pedal trolley and enjoy the ride in the scale model train. A family experience that you won’t want to miss. All aboard!
Tuesday to Friday: 13h00 – 18h00
Saturday and Sunday: 10h00 – 18h00
Closed: Monday, 1st january, Easter Sunday, 1st may and 25th december
The city of Entroncamento is located 22 minutes away from Tomar, in Tagus Valley, and it was born in the industrial age when camps were pitched for workers at a junction in the network (“entroncamento” means junction in Portuguese). It soon became a nexus point for freight and passenger trains heading north and east. The most famous figures of the period would join for a meal at the station’s restaurant before transferring.