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The Louwman Museum is home to the world's oldest private collection of motor cars, compiled by two generations of the Louwman family. The museum dates back to 1934 and now comprises over two hundred and fifty antique and classic motor cars. Experts...more
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Leidsestraatweg 57, 2594 BB, The Hague, The Netherlands
We spent a solid 2 hours here with our 2.5 year old on a Sunday morning. Even though our visit was on an August weekend, the museum felt very quiet and not at all crowded; it was nice to have plenty of room to enjoy...More
Visited with my sons age 5 and 7, greeted by a grumpy young lady who appeared not to really like tourists! Museum was fantastic, lots to see and very interesting. Spoilt a a little as we only realised after an hour in to the visit...More
In a impressive modern new museum, Louwman created a perfect environnement for his classic car collection! A must for classic car lovers. For his restaurant he restaured a famous old city spot of The Hague, which also brings you back in time, nice lunchmenu
What an amazing place. Firstly, the building itself was interesting, check out the vaulted ceiling in the exhibition hall on arrival. Parking for cars that are 40+ yrs, i.e classics right outside the entrance like a mini exhibition. The current exhibition of Mercedes-Benz racing cars...More
I went with my son it was a lot bigger than I expected. There is a vast range of exhibits so please make sure you have plenty of time. We had to leave after about two hours we wished we had more time. We went...More
I have visited a number of public and private automotive museums this year and this one tops the rest. I am typically n American domestic car follower, but the magnitude and incredible investment of this collection were overwhelming.
I'm not a car lover - SoI thought I whip through this museum in an hour - Boy, was I wrong. This is like a fashion show of metal and motors - it's a journey through time encompassing technology, design, history, 4 wheel sex and...More
Fantastic bunch of old cars,really worth visiting. You need hours and hours to see, it's almost too much. It's a shame that (of course) you may not touch them or sit in one of them just to get the feeling... :-(
Very nice restaurant at...More