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Autoworld, Brussels

(4.1/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
A car-lover's paradise, the highlight of Autoworld may be a large assortment of cars from the 19th century. Here you'll find rare makes and models, such as Minervas and a Bentley from 1928. The large, elegant galleries are filled with European and American antique cars. Learn about the history of the car through drawings of the first horse-less vehicles all the way to the most progressive recent designs. The museum is in the same complex as the military museum in Cinquantenaire Park, so you can tour both in one day. Book tickets for a self-guided tour online, or buy them at the attraction. Arrange your visit to Autoworld and discover more family-friendly attractions in Brussels using our Brussels tourist route planner.
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  • It is great to see how the cars actually have evolved within a relatively short time. They are all together. The children found it interesting.
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  • A true collection of vehicles, location, tasty with good cheer, some vehicles require transport to arrive at the scene, my husband became delusional. Indicated for those who really have a passion for car. Accessible ticket.
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  • Definitely enjoyable for car enthusiasts, especially vintage models to see are many. More than a Museum, though, is a simple aspect: there are mainly cars, but also some motorcycles (beautiful MV Agusta with Phil Read), specific media type fire truck of 40 years, a Formula 1 car. But what is missing is a common thread, and also the explanations on patterns are very slim. In addition is perplexing to see so many cars as Saab station wagon of the years 90. What to do with old cars? I mean, not bad but it could be much more polished and engaging, and in light of this 10 euro ticket seems a bit on the pricey side (opposite there is the Museum of the armed forces which is made ten times better and costs half).
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  • beautiful and quite large collection of classic cars and legendary supercars. as a suggestion, there could be more (than 0) activities fire kids, otherwise they lose interest in 20 minutes and daddy can't have a proper good time.
  • Incredible car museum. Permanent exhibition is great, but the specials every two months are always interesting
  • Great exhibition, fascinating history of the motor industry. Very accessible for wheelchair users, a lift takes you up to the first floor and the staff are very helpful. Good amount of parking on site.
  • It's nice if you are interested in cars. They have a very good collection of old, vintage and various models of different brands. But what you can expect is a large space of two floors filled with cars and the lights aren't so good for professional photography.
  • Lovely place with a lot of old cars.. Recommend it if u r a car enthusiast