The Coach Gallery

  • Museum
  • Sciences and technology
  • Transport
Galerie des Carrosses
Galerie des Carrosses
Galerie des Carrosses

Genuine masterpieces created by the best artists of this time, here is Europe's largest collection of royal and imperial coaches !

Real masterpieces made by the best artists of that time, these carriages are also a manifest of an extraordinary technological advance of the time with the evolution of techniques : traction, suspension, first coupés, convertibles, but also evolution of comfort.

This re-opening allows you to admire gala berlins ordered for the marriage of Napoleon the 1st, Louis XVIII's funeral coach, the one from Charles X's coronation, Marie-Antoinette's kids carriages, others from the Third Republic, and even lovely sleighs and Eighteenth Century sedan chairs.

Completely restored, the Coach Museum spans on nearly 1000m². The museography and the new lighting enhance these wood and golden bronze masterpieces while respecting the architecture and the spirit of the place.

Your visit continues in Paris Region's museums and cultural sites.

Opening and closing times

All year round, every Saturday and Sunday between 12.30 pm and 6.30 pm. Closed exceptionally on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th. Last entrance 5:45.


Free entry.


Types of customers

  • Children


  • Animals accepted


Types of visits available

  • Unguided individual tours available permanently
  • Guided inividual tours obligatory
  • Unguided group tours available permanently
  • Guided group tours obligatory

Average length of visit

  • 30 minutes (individual)
  • 40 minutes (groups)

Services and facilities


  • Pets welcome


Spoken languages

  • English
  • French

Documentation languages

  • English
  • French

Visit languages

  • French

Languages of educational signs

  • French


  • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
  • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
  • Site, building totally accessible
  • Possibility of drop-off in front of the site
  • Reception staff sensitized to the reception of people with disabilities


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