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More than 250 vehicles cover the story of the automobile history since its early days. One zone is dedicated to sports and racing cars, while "Belgium at Autoworld" tells the love story between Belgium and the automobile industry. A different themed...more
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AutoWorld has a fine collections of cars, motorcycles, and other things that one would collect with a motor. The autos were very nice, old and new. This is worth a see if you like cars and motorcycles.
The museum has an amazing display of cars going back to the 19th century all the way up to the modern era. The cars are largely displayed in chronological order making it really interesting to see the design and build evolution over the years. Some...More
We decided to take in Autoworld since my friend is an aficionado of old cars. All of the cars were the collection of one owner and all of them were very well maintained. It is in a large space, more like an airplane hanger and...More
Fortunately auto manufacturers enjoy having Autoworld put on exhibitions about them. A significant Audi exhibit has just closed and something new is certainly in the works. Parking is easy just outside (and there are usually some interesting cars parked outside), and the Museum flows easily...More
Ground floor begins from history of first cars, engines, then museum guide you through different epochs of automaking (in pleasant way, by showing you fancy cars) and show what ideas were implemented along. First floor is floor of classical cars like Ferrari Testarossa, Porsche 911...More
If you enjoy visiting museums, then purchasing a Brussels Card is a must!
They are available in 24/48/72 passes.
I chose the 48 hour one, and included a 48 hour travel pass, which gives unlimited travel on all buses, trams and Metro.
The Pass gives...More
No need to book, just walk up and pay on the door. Check the website for special exhibitions and events. It's a vast place with lots of room in the aisles and around the exhibits, which you can get really close to.