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Rolls-Royce Museum, Dornbirn
(3.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Worth a visit, admission somewhat high. Explanations on the Rolls-Royce Roylce partially, is a pity. Workshop insight was interesting.
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  • We visited and took a tour with the owner of the museum. It is great to see such a huge collection, the biggest in the World of Rolle Royce and parts for them. Let the guide take you to an inolvidable...  more »
  • Very nice Museum with interesting and great vehicles. Lovingly restored and maintained. For automotive's friends
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  • It is the perfect place for anyone who is very found of Rolls Royce, but for normal people with medium interest in the brand, it is a bit boring. It is really only models and some of the brands history. It is very good, but not for me. It also does't have a lot of merchandise, and you need a pass to photograph things.
  • Nice museum, also with young children. There are especially real old Rolls-Royces and there are a whole lot. Shooting should not. You have your bag and camera at the entrance in a safe stop. Unless you pay extra.
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  • In fact, the Museum has a numerous collection of car. But however, the phantom half of the cars are 1 models of the 30-IES, and as a result the collection is pretty monotonous. The cars are very close together. The models, there is no technical description. The development of the company (Rolls-Royce) and production both the technical development of the models are not shown. In addition, models are to 1965 built were not represented. Conclusion: A lot of boring old cars without any information. My personal opinion: A journey from further away not worth it definitely!
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  • Who likes old cars and their history is very interesting and entertaining here exactly correct.
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  • The tours take it! Then tip top
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