Carriage Museum is one of a number of small museums in the Citadel, it is a small museum located within theCitadel of Salah El Din near the military museum, and it houses a collection of carriages that are borrowed from the main Carriage Museum situated in Bulaq. It has a collection of eight carriages, including that of the Khedive Ismail used when he opened the Suez Canal in 1869 and a golden state carriage presented to the Khedive by Napoleon III. In fact, most of the carriages date from this period.
The building of the museum is different from the other buildings as there is a bust of a horse above each window, it is like as if these horses are welcoming the visitors of the museum. You’ll find also the carriage of king Ahmed Fuad Pasha that he used for his personal travel.