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Audi Museum, Ingolstadt

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Audi Museum has a special elevator that displays 14 cars in constant motion. This car museum focused on the history of Audi and its predecessors resides in a circular glass building more than 22 m (72 ft) high. The permanent exhibit contains 50 cars, plus 30 motorcycles and bicycles. You can combine a visit here with a tour of the Audi factory, where you can touch parts waiting for assembly. Check out the gift shop to buy a present for the car lovers you know. With our international travel planner, Ingolstadt attractions like Audi Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Audi Museum and Audi factory tour are an absolute must for anyone who once sat in a car.
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  • We took the car, very attentive service, coffee and tea while waiting for machines, and most importantly free transfer while waiting, practically in any point of the city. Free restaurant till 18.00. In hardly r we were taken in selected us and then took it back and the machine was ready:)
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  • Granted, that Museum is not overly large or otherwise particularly spectacular. However there is to discover a lot of exciting automotive history and in particular Audi interested should look at so of course this museum.
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  • Small if you compare with bmw and Mercedes, but has only 2 euro entrance fee, and it is nice and your find most important info without tired of walking.
  • Must visit place for people who love cars. The evolution of Audi is displayed in the museum. There are also some interactive models to visualise the evolution of technology. Most of the information are both in German and English.
  • A great place to see the Audi World, the museum is also there and they have a small restaurtant that is also nice and the Audi Boutique as well.
  • Had a guided Audi museum tour with 60 persons and dinner afterwards. I'm far from being a car nut, yet the tour was still pretty interesting and there were lots of beautiful bicycles, motorcycles and cars of all sizes. Very recommendable for anyone who gets excited over motorized vehicles and who loves sleek design.
  • I am a huge fan of Audi but was a little disappointed since it does not have all the latest models. The history is very well explained from the roots of Audi. Nice vintage collection and very good staff. Audio controls available and personal guides can be taken up as escorts. Entrance fee just €2.50.