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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
Definitely a museum if you are a car lover but even if you're not, there is a large collection from different periods in history and still great to enjoy. The vehicles are very well presented and the building is impressive. It was worth the visit!
Spent an hour or two walking around all these lovely cars,all in beautiful condition.A great history of automobiles.Unfortunately the day we choose to visit it was 32 degrees outside and no air conditioning inside,Would be better visited on a cooler day.
I was in Brussels for a few days and fought it would be cool to visit. Getting here is pretty easy as he Hop on Hop off stops a block away and then you walk by a museum and pass a beautiful green park. This...More
Visited august 2018, ticket price 12€. First of all, the museum is located in a very nice park where you can walk and take a break during the day (and you can easily reach the park with metro line 1-5 Schuman). The museum itself it's...More
This place had cars from all era’s, sports lifestyles and a selection of motorbikes, and carts. There was history of various motor sports, motor manufacturers and more. This place was not busy and you could get close to all the vehicles for a great view....More
We were fairly impressed buy the wide range of cars they had. You'll find super old cars from the 1800's, carriages, an old fire engine, newer cars, sports cars, etc. Really fun even if you're not that much of a car person.
Planning only a short visit I must admit I stayed over 3 hours. So many beautiful cars. All chronologically displayed. I especially loved the Belgian section. Learned some astonishing facts there. There is also a little restaurant. They serve good food but a little pricy...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.