Museu do Caramulo (Museum of Caramulo)
About The Museu do Caramulo (Museum of Caramulo)
The collection of Cars, Motor Cycles and Bicycles Museum Caramulo was started by John de Lacerda, in 1955, to purchase a Ford T 1925. Since then, the collection grew, lying now on display at Caramulo. Due to the success of Caramulo Museum and its enormous prestige, this car was welcoming on deposit, thereby broadening the booty exposed. Nevertheless, it is imperative condition for an automobile be exposed, to be restored and flawless mechanics, as he was born, thus allowing you to move normally in parades or even participate in evidence. This objective presided over the construction of the annex building, so that each vehicle can exit instantaneously without restrictions. This is because all the cars circulate abroad, at least 2 times a year, is recorded in a single record, all that has occurred in these outputs. Caramulo The Museum has a permanent exhibition of 30 Motor Cycles and 70 cars (of which 14 veterans), representing 36 7 countries marks. The oldest is a 1886 Benz and later a Ferrari 456, 1998. There is also a varied collection of old bicycles and tricycles. lot of cars have a relationship with the history of Portugal. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
Monday - Sunday : 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. & 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
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Rua Jean Lurçat, 42, 3475-031 Caramulo, Viseu, Portugal,
+351 232 861 270